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A Study on the CSMA/CA Performance Improvement based IEEE 802.15.6
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the CSMA/CA Performance Improvement based IEEE 802.15.6
Lee, Jung-Jae; Kim, Ihn-Hwan;
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 Abstract
MAC protocol for WBAN performs CSMA/CA(:Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance)algorithm that handles traffic which occurs in emergency with top priority in order to deal with variable data of sensor node for medicine. Emergency message that node sends undergoes collision and delay of transmission by retransmission of emergency message and waste of energy by retransmission. This paper suggests algorithm that minimizes loss of frame caused by collision and applies different backoff parameters by setting order of priority between MAC instruction frame and data frame in CSMA/CA algorithm case which applies order of priority queuing to improve aforementioned problem. According to performance evaluation, it has been found that using suggested MAC protocol showed lower collision probability, higher packet transmission processing ratio and lower packet loss compared with using IEEE 802.15.6.
 Keywords
WBAN;CSMA/CA;
 Language
Korean
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