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The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences
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The Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences
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Kyung-Hi Chang / Song Chong / Jong-Taek Oh / Jae-Jin Lee / Myung-Sik Yoo
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Volume 19, Issue 12 - Dec 1994
Volume 19, Issue 11 - Nov 1994
Volume 19, Issue 10 - Oct 1994
Volume 19, Issue 9 - Sep 1994
Volume 19, Issue 8 - Aug 1994
Volume 19, Issue 7 - Jul 1994
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Numerical Analysis of Optical Soliton Transmission in Fibers with Periodically Compensated Loss
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 19, issue 7, 1994, Pages 1191~1202
We numerically investigate a stable propagation regime of soliton pulse trains in fibers with periodically copensated loss by lumped optical amplifiers. When amplification solition pulses is 1.2~1.5 and the minimum soliton separation normalized by the soliton width becomes about 6. In cases of L=50[km], the allowable range of A is 1.5~1.7 under =6. The maximum allowable variation of the loss compensation in each lumped amplifier becomes +-2% of the fiber loss when L=50[km], A=1.6, and =6. Generally, the allowable rages of the soliton amplitude A and amplifier gain are inversely proportional to the amplification period L.
Image Data Compression Using Biorthgnal Wavelet Transform and Variable Block Size Edges Extraction
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 19, issue 7, 1994, Pages 1203~1212
This paper proposes a variable block size vector quantization based on a biorthogonal wavelet transform for image compression. An image is first decomposed with the biorthogonal wavelet transform into multiresolution image and the wavelet coefficients of the middle frequency bands are segmented using the quadtree sturcture to extract the perceptually important regions in the middle frequency bands. A sedges of middle frequency bands exist the corresponding position of high frequency bands, the complicated quadtree structure of middle frequency bands is equally applied to the high frequency bands. Therefore the overhaed information of the quadtree codes needed to segment the high frequency bands can be reduced. The segmented subblocks are encoded with the codebook designed at the each scales and directions. The simulation results showed that the proposed methods could reproduce higher quality image with bit rate reduced about 20(%) than of the preceding VQ method and sufficiently reduce the bolck effect and the edge degradation.
Link Design of VSAT Communication System for Low Speed Data Transmission
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 19, issue 7, 1994, Pages 1213~1223
VSATs(Very Small Aperture Terminals) have introduced new concepts in satellite business communications and are typically used in a star network configuration to provide information directly to the user`s premise. The characteristics of this system are low earth station costs, easy in stallation, compact, and very high flexibility for a varierty of applications (Credit Checks, Electronic Mail, Video Conferencing, Reservation System, Database Inquires, Order Entry, etc.). So, the requests of VSAT service have considerably enlarged. The link design of a VSAT network using Korea Sat. is discussed in this paper. This paper is intended to collect in a convient way the principle formula and reference data necessary to make overall performance calcurations and to calcurate antenna size. HPA power size and link margin of earth stations for satellite communications systems. Generally, because the antenna size of the Hub station in the VSAT system is bigger than the Remote station, the method of power allocations of inbound and outbound carriers is utilized in this paper. The size of Hub station and Remote station are assumed to be 3.7m and 1.2m. respectively.
Error Performance of BPSK and QPSK Signals in Mobile-Satellite Communication Channel
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 19, issue 7, 1994, Pages 1224~1233
The error performance of BPSK and QPSK signals in mobile satellite channel is investigated considering nonlinearity of TWTA (Traveling Wave Tube Amplifier) in the presence of AWGN(Additive White Gaussian Noise) on the uplink and downlink paths. It is assumed that the fading on the downlink path forms a Rician distribution. The Rician distribution is approximated by discrete probability values. The values are firstly found by Classical Moment Technique. Finally, the error probability is evaluated using approximate discrete values of Rician distribution and the Gaussian Quadrature Formula.
Adaptive Decoding Scheme of Concatenated Codes for Frequency-Hopped Spread-Spectrum Communications with a Pulse-Burst Jamming
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 19, issue 7, 1994, Pages 1234~1243
We propose an adaptive decoding scheme for a concatenated codes with frequency-hopped spread-spectrum communication system in the presence of a pulse-burst jammer and its performance is analyzed. Concatenated coding system employing binary inner code and Reed-Solomon outer code is investigated and the use of side information is allowed to decode both erasures and errors. Our scheme makes the decoder adapts to the level of jamming by switching between two decoding modes such that the overall block error probability can be reduced. It is shown that the proposed decoding scheme yields a significant performance improvement over a conventional decoding scheme.
A Study on the Modified PRMA-TDD Method for Media Access in Wireless LANs
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 19, issue 7, 1994, Pages 1244~1255
The wireless-LAN(Local Area Network), which is emerged as a solution to cable problem and increasing requirement for communication network, has a several problem when it transmit information MAN protocol by used wired-LAN`s MAC protocol. Media Access protocol in Wireless-LAN has great effect on system performance and much studies are processing now. The PRMA(Packet Reservation Multiple Aeecss) of reservation method has a disadvantage that the system performance was degraded become of delay time in the reservation step as a resulting of collision. In this paper, using the TDD(Time Division Duplex) method amd modified PRMA method wireless-LAN modelled to overcome disadvantage, that id delay time due to collision in reservation step. The performance evaluation fo the model was done using M/M/1//M process model and this was simulation using SLAM.
Performance Evaluation of GFC Protocol Based on HMR with Dynamic Quota Allocation
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 19, issue 7, 1994, Pages 1256~1271
In this paper a GFC protocol based on HMR(High-speed Multimedia Ring) with a dynamic quota allocation is proposed and the performance of proposed protocol is evaluated by simulation. The HMR a medium access protocol proposed for Gbit ATM-LAN, can be applied to the GFC protocol without any modification because it uses only 4 bits for medium access of several topologies such as bus, ring and stared-bus, and priority control for satisfaction of different QoS(Quality of Service) requirements. The quota allocation method of HMR called static quota allocation has a problem of excessive access delay for the traffic with high burstness. In this paper a dynamic quota allocation method which allocates quota to the nodes according to the queue length is proposed and the performance of HMR with dynamic quota allocation is evaluated by seven simulation scenarios of CCITT. The HMR with proposed method shows better shows better access delay characteristics than the HMR with static quota allocation. Also the simulation results show that access delay performance of HMR is better than that of ATMR proposed by Japan and is similar to that of DQDB proposed by Australia.
Performance Evaluation of CDMA_ALOHA Techniques for Wireless Data Communications
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 19, issue 7, 1994, Pages 1272~1281
CDMA technique has been largely focused for Wireless Data Network and PCN. ALOHA protocol also has been proven to be effective for Packet Radio Network regardless of low throughput due to channel colisions. In this paper, we evaluate the performance of CDMA_ALOHA scheme, denoted as S_CDMA_ALOHA(Soltted_CDAM_ALOHA) and MS_CDMA_ALOHA(Minislotted_CDMA_ALOHA) system, by analytic and simulation method. The superiority of the CDMA_ALOHA systems over conventional Slotted ALOHA system are clearely demonstrated for throughput, delay and stability performances. The MS_CDMA_ALOHA scheme provides better delay and throughput performance than the S_CDMA_ALOHA scheme.
A Design and Implementation of Cache Coherence Protocol for Hierarchical Cluster Architecture
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 19, issue 7, 1994, Pages 1282~1295
In this paper, a hierarchical cluster multiprocessor system based on a hierarchical bus system is proposed and its cache coherency protocol is designed and implemented. The hierarchical cluster architecture aims at elimination the system bottleneck of the existing single bus system by adding a hierarchy of buses as the number of clusters is increased. Therefore the system is easy to scale up to a large number of processors. The proposed cache protocol is designed to be adapted to the general N-level (N>2) hierarchical cluster architecture. The original pended protocol is extended to implement the cache protocol on the system bus and cache coherency operations for this protocol are explained.
Study on Performance Improvement and Size Reduction Using Active Inductors in MMIC Frequency Converter
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 19, issue 7, 1994, Pages 1296~1303
In this paper, a design of active inductors and their application in a frequency converter are proposed. In MMIC design, passive spiral inductor takes larger area than any other passive and active elements. A conventional spiral inductor generates undesired crosstalk, and its performance cannot have certainty and reproducibility. Meanwhile the active inductor eliminates these drawbacks, and operates for much wider bandwidth. Furthermore, its size is smaller and nearly independent of inductance. the performance of MMIC frequency converter with active inductors is directly compared with that of the frequency converters with spiral inductors. The size is 28.6% smaller with better performance in MMIC frequency converter.
Comparative Analysis on Imprecision Probability Under Several Imprecise Scheduling Schemes in Real Time Systems
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 19, issue 7, 1994, Pages 1304~1320
There are two computation techniques in real time systems : precise and imprecise computation. The imprecise computation technique is a means to provide scheduling flexibility in real time systems. The studies on imprecise scheduling using queueing theoretical formulation up to data are to explicitly quantify the costs and benifits in trade-off between the average result quality and the average waiting time of tasks. This paper uses two imprecise scheduling schemes and solves the imprecision probability, the probability of any task being imprecise under two imprecise scheduling schemes and analyzes the dependence of the imprecision probability on several parameters os the monotone imprecise system.
Performance Analysis of Request Handling Schemes for Intelligent Peripherals
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 19, issue 7, 1994, Pages 1321~1334
This paper presents the service handling schemes of an intelligent peripheral(IP) which provides the service function as a physical entity in the intelligent network. Four service request handling scheme are compared for and IP which can handle both ordinary requests and prioritized requests on the blocked-call-delayed basis. Delayed requests are assumed to be stored in a finite storage buffer. Scheme-I exclusively allows prioritized requests be stored and to use a fixed number of reserved servers. The other three schemes without reserved servers(Scheme-II.III,and IV) allow both types of requests to be stored and prioritized requests pushout ordinary requests if the buffer is full. For these four schemes, the blocking probabilities and delay distributions of both types of requests are numerically obtained. From the numericall results, the schemes without reserved servers reduce the blocking probability of ordinary requists without a severe penalty on proritized requests. For three schemes without reserved servers, it is noted that prioritized requests should br served on the first-in, first-out basis, and ordinary requests should be served on the last-in, first-out basis.
A Study on the Performance Analysis of Inter-Processor Communication Network for Digital Switching System
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 19, issue 7, 1994, Pages 1335~1345
In this paper, the performance analysis of Inter-Processor Communication Network(IPCN) in a large-capacity digital switching system, TDX-10, is presented. The simulation model of IPCN is developed using discrete event model of SLAM II. The simulation results of maximum buffer length and mean waiting times at each node, and utilization of D-bus are derived. Finally, the maximum call handling capacity of IPCN is obtained by taking link speed into consideration.
Implementation of a Gateway Protocol between LAN and PABX for Voice Communication
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 19, issue 7, 1994, Pages 1346~1363
Packet voice protocols have been realized in many research works. But few studies for the interconnection of LAN and PABX to facilitate the voice communication have been done. In this paper, the gateway to interconnect the Ethernet LAN with the existing PABX telephone network for voice communication has been designed and implemented. The implemented gateway protocol is a modified protocol based on CCITT`s G.764 packetized voice protocol. To accomplish this goal the hardware system has been realized, which is divided into five parts: interface part with the telephone line, voice-processing part, PC interface part, controller part, and finally DTMF part. And the gateway software is divided into three parts: interface to make use of the packet driver which drives the network card, driver to drive the PABX gateway, and the protocol handling part.
Blind Adaptive Equalizer Using the Improved Radius-Directed Algothm
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 19, issue 7, 1994, Pages 1364~1373
In this thesis, an algorithm for fast convergence to the steady state and for achieving an improved MSE in blind adaptive equalizers is proposed. The conventional radius-directed algorithm can be transformed into an algorithm that provides effective blind convergence in the aspect of the MSE as the convergence speed. This can be achieved through altering the stop and go algorithm. The performance of the new algorithm is analyzed and compared with the two conventional algorithms, such as the CMA and the stop and go algorithm. The experimental results show the superiority of the new algorithm.
M-ary orthogonal CDMA Using Time Hopping Codes
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 19, issue 7, 1994, Pages 1374~1389
In this paper, a novel M-ary orthogonal CDMA scheme which utilizes time hopping codes and binary orthogonal sequences is proposed for personal communication system. Its modulated output signal has the characteristics of greater bandwidth occupancy and lower spectral density level as well. So this scheme is useful for spectrum overlay with existing narrowband communication systems which occupy current radio frequency channels. This paper investigates system characteristics through the analysis of modulated output signal power spectrum, and demonstrates the possibility of spectrum overlay.
Design of Ring Topology for Local Access Computer Networks with mean delay time constraint
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 19, issue 7, 1994, Pages 1390~1406
This study deals with the DMCLP(Delay constrained Minimum Cost Loop Problem)-one of problems arising in the design of local access computer networks. The problem consists of finding a set of rings to satisfy the traffic requirements of end user terminals. In the problem, the objective is to minimize the total link cost. This paper presents heuristic algorithm which consists of two phases for this problem, under the constraints that the number of nodes served by a single ring is limited and network mean delay is dropped within the desired time. The algorithm is derived using the clusters obtained by the existing MCLP(Minimum Cost Loop Problem) algorithm and a trade-off criterion explained in the paper. Actually, simulation results in that the proposed algorithm in this paper produces better solution than the existing MCLP algorithm modified. In addition, the algorithm has the relatively short running time.
An Optimum Radar Signal Detector using Orthogonal Projection
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 19, issue 7, 1994, Pages 1407~1413
To obtain accurate target information in a radar system, clutter or interference signals must first be effectively removed for target detection. In this paper, the signal is projected onto a constrained orthogonal subspace, so that a minimum variance optimal detector is transformed into an unconstrained detector. The proposed algorithm is equivalent to the conventional optimal detector algorithm, and th algorithm structure shows that the Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization can be achieved to obtain the fast convergence. The performance of the proposed method was observed by simulation experiments.
Robust Adaptive Law in Adaptive Mechanism Showing Chaotic Phenomenon
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 19, issue 7, 1994, Pages 1414~1420
In this paper the existence of chaotic signal is probed in adaptive dead beat control law for nonlinear dynamic system. These chaotic signal makes the system unstable and difficult to control, but it broaden the range of application, confirms the robustness of system and gives a lot of information. Considering of low correlation between chaotic signals, robust adaptive control method which uses for parameter estimation is proposed. With this algorithm the parameters converges stable rapidly. Finally the superiority of it is proved by computer simulation.