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Study On The MAC Schedule Technique for WPAN system to alleviate the impact of interference in the presence of WLAN system
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Study On The MAC Schedule Technique for WPAN system to alleviate the impact of interference in the presence of WLAN system
Kim, Seong-cheol;
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 Abstract
This paper describes packet scheduling techniques that can be used to alleviate the impact of interference. The mechanism is consisted of interference estimation and master delay police. Proposed scheduling police is effective in reducing packet loss and delay. Another advantage worth mentioning, are the additional saving s in the transmitter power since packet are not transmitted when channel is bad. This paper gives that scheduling policy works only with data traffic since voice packets need to be sent at fixed intervals. However, if the delay variance is constant and the delay can be limited to a slot, it may be worthwhile to use DM packet for voice.
 Keywords
mac;ISM;Frequency hopping;SCO;ACL;ARQ;Packet switching;
 Language
Korean
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