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Performance Analysis of an Adaptive Sector System for Terrestrial Station in Ad-hoc Communication System Between Vessels
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 Title & Authors
Performance Analysis of an Adaptive Sector System for Terrestrial Station in Ad-hoc Communication System Between Vessels
Lee, Hyung-beom; Kim, Seung-geun; Kim, Jun-ho; Kim, Min-sang; Ko, Hak-lim; Im, Tae-ho;
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 Abstract
A rapid increase of data amount, used in ship-to-ship transmission of safety and logistics information, ships in the inland sea have trouble transmitting real-time information transmission due to an increase in traffic load caused by data transmitted by land station and offshore ships. In this study, therefore, communication is carried out by adaptively controlling the detailed beam width based on the distribution of offshore ships in land station durable in marine environment. Then after the adaptive sector system enabling real-time communication support between ships concentrated in an inland sea and land station is applied, the performance verification is conducted based on the respective Call Blocking Rates of an omnidirectional antenna, fisted sector system, and adaptive sector system. The performance verification result shows that adaptive sector system has better performance than the fixed sector system as the density of ship, q value, increases, and that the smaller the beam width is, the better performance of adaptive sector system will be.
 Keywords
Maritme Communication;Ship Ad-hoc Network;ITU-R M.1842;Sectorization;Adaptive Sector;
 Language
Korean
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