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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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Performance Analysis of Wideband CDMA System with Feq./Timing Error in Muliti-path Fading Channel
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 25, issue 6A, 2000, Pages 773~781
The average bit error rate of wideband CDMA in forward link is evaluated for frequency and timing errors in multipath Rayleigh fading channel. The channel BER is evaluated analytically and information BER is investigated with simulation. The performance degradation due to the code/frequency synchronization errors was obtained through simulation for particular two coding schemes - convolutional codes and turbo codes. The results show 1dB degradation due to Tc/4 timing error and 0.5dB degradation due to 50Hz frequency error, for both coding schemes.
A Signal-Level Prediction Scheme for Rain-Attenuation Compensation in Satellite Communication Linkes
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 25, issue 6A, 2000, Pages 782~793
This paper presents a simple dynamical prediction scheme of the signal level which is attenuated and varied due to rain fading in satellite communication links using above 10GHz frequency bands. The proposed prediction scheme has four functional blocks for discrete-time low-pass filtering, slope-based prediction, mean-error correction and hybrid fixed/variable prediction margin allocation. Through simulations using Ka-band attenuation data obtained from the data measured over Ku-band by frequency-scaling, it is shown that the slope-based prediction with the mean-error correction has as small standard deviation of prediction error as below 1 dB, and that the error is about 1.5 to 2.5 times as small as that without the mean-error correction. The hybrid prediction margin allocation requires smaller average margin than those of both fixed and variable methods.
Efficient Performance Evaluation Method for Digital Satellite Broadcasting Channels
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 25, issue 6A, 2000, Pages 794~801
In this paper, the efficient new performance evaluation method for digital communication channels is suggested and verified its efficiency in terms of simulation run-tim for the digital satellite broadcasting satellite TV channel. In order to solve the difficulties of the existing Importance Sampling(IS) Technics, we adopted the discrete probability mass function(PMF) in the new method for estimating the statistical characteristics of received signals from the measured Nth order central moments. From the discrete probability mass function obtained with less number of the received signal than the one required in the IS technic, continuous cumulative probability function and its inverse function are exactly estimated by using interpolation and extrapolation technic. And the overall channel is simplified with encoding block, inner channel performance degra-dation modeing block which is modeled with the Uniform Random Number Generator (URNG) and concatenated Inverse Cummulative Pr bility Distribution function, and decoding block. With the simplified channel model, the overall performance evaluation can be done within a drastically reduced time. The simulation results applied to the nonlinear digital satellite broadcasting TV channel showed the great efficiency of the alogrithm in the sense of computer run time, and demonstrated that the existing problems of IS for the nonlinear satellite channels with coding and M-dimensional memory can be completely solved.
Performance Analysis and Channel Sharing of Asymmetric Bilayered ShffleNet WDM Network
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 25, issue 6A, 2000, Pages 802~812
Multihop lightwave networks are the optical-fiber based local communication systems that employ WDM(Wavelength Division Multiplexing) technology to fully use the enormous fiber bandwidth without requiring any tunable tranceives. In this paper, we introduce a novel ShuffleNet topology, asymmetric bilayered ShuffleNet(ABS) topology as a multihop WDM network technique. For 1Gb/s transmission system, we compared ABS topology with previously reported ones in terms of common network parameters such as average number of hops, throughput, time delay, and network power function. Through the analysis, the performance of ABS topology was proven to be superior to the existing ones. To decrease the amount of hardware required for implementing ABS system, we also proposed a new WDM channel sharing scheme. For (2, 3) ShuffleNet topology system, the number of wavelengths needed in the system can be reduced dramatically from 96 to 4 by using new scheme.
The Advantages of 4-fiber Bidirectional Path Switched WDM Ring and Its Implementation
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 25, issue 6A, 2000, Pages 813~817
A bidirectional 4-fiber path switched WDM ring is proposed, which provides 1:1 system protection for a digital client layer such as SONET system. It can provide better optical SNR than usual bidirectional line switched ring. Two implementation schemes are proposed and especially, a distributed control scheme is found to be feasible in simple structure with good performance even without supervisory channel.
Performance of the Metal Insert Filter with Improved Stopband Characteristic
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 25, issue 6A, 2000, Pages 818~824
For the purpose of improving the stopband characteristics, the filter structure having single or double inserted metal plates in the waveguide of a reduced width have been widely stdudied so far. Usually such structures have a waveguide junction discontinuity between two waveguides of different widths. In designing such structures, we should always minimize the insertion loss due to the juction discontinuity. Besides it is difficult to fabricate the junction with desired accuracy. Here we consider new structure of tripple metal insert filter without the junction discontinuity problem, which is more suitable for mass production. An optimization procedure is taken with manufacturing error 0.1mm of inserted metal length. The theory agrees well with experimental data. so, it is show that fabrication of triple metal insert filter is more profitabel by optimization process.
Analysis of Polarization Mode Dispersion in Nonlinear Optical Pulse propagation by SS-FEM adopting Approximated Sparse Matrix
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 25, issue 6A, 2000, Pages 825~832
A Novel Broadband Single-Patch Microstrip Antenna for IMT-2000
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 25, issue 6A, 2000, Pages 833~838
In this paper, a novel type of wideband single-patch microstrip antenna using the reactive-loading technique is presented. We demonstrated that, by inserting stubs at both of the radiating edges, the frequencies of the two resonant modes are closely spaced to form a wide operating bandwidth. Segmentation technique and cavity model are used to analyze the antenna characteristics and experimental data are show to be in good agreement with the calculated results. With the proposed structure, the measured antenna bandwidth of 230MHz is obtained, which is almost 2.65 times larger than that of an unloaded rectangular patch antenna and fully covers the whole frequency range of 1.885GHz~2.025GHz allocated to IMT-2000.
A Study on the Performance of Digital Subscriber Line in Gaussian and Far-end Crosstalk Noises Environment
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 25, issue 6A, 2000, Pages 839~847
A digital subscriber line(DSL) has been introduced recently in home and abroad to deliver high speed Internet access services with the large channel and the sheer number of subscribers. It has been processed to standardize the DSL in our country, but the analysis on the DSL is limited to the field trials. Therefore, in this paper we have proposed the techniques related to analysis on the performances of DSL, and estimated its S/N and BER performances. In particular, the channel capacity gained from S/N values was compared with the field trial results in Japn and it was known that the results from this study was proved to be valid. Also, the S/N performance of DSL is degraded due to only Gaussian noise, and BER performance degraded greatly with both the higher frequency and the longer distance. However, results of this analysis can be used as the basic data in specifying the standardization of DSL in the future.
Automatic Generation of MIB for Network Management
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 25, issue 6A, 2000, Pages 848~854
Network management in TMN concerns to the operating system and communication equipments in network, and defines them as objects. GDMO(guidelines for the Definition of Managed Objects) is used to describe those objects. GDMO is not directly used for managing the network, but translated into a language with object-oriented paradigm. And GDMO refers to ASN.1(Abstract Syntax Notation One) for manage objects. This paper presents design and implementation techniques for the translator which automatically translates the specification of ASN.1 and GDMO to the object-oriented language for generating MIB(Managed object Instance Base). This system, unlike the existing source code generator, is designed to generate various object-oriented languages automatically, which are used to generate Managed object Instance Base(MIB). And the system includes various graphic user interface to enhance the development environment of ASn.1 and GDMO
LQ-servo Design Method Using Convex Optimization(II) Time Domain Approach
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 25, issue 6A, 2000, Pages 855~861
This paper concerns a development of LQ-servo PI controller design on the basis of time-domain approach. The motivation is because the previous design techniques developed on the frequency-domain is not well suited meet the time-domain design specifications. Our development techniques used in this paper is base on the convex optimization methods including Lagrange multiplier, dual concept, semidefinite programming.
A novel all optical WDM output buffer
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 25, issue 6A, 2000, Pages 862~869
In a switch routing system, buffers are indispensible to prevent signal collision during routing process. For a photonic switching system, optical buffers are also indispensible if the system requires an active routing rather than a simple optical cross-connect(OXC). To cope with WDM technologies in optical comminication systems in these days, photonic switching system also has to deal with WDM signals. Therefore, optical buffers needed in a switching system has to be routed to the same output. For the receiver to recognize these signals separately, parallel WDM signals during rearrangement process. In this paper, we propose a novel all optical WDM output buffer whose structure, hardware, SNR and BER characteristics are improved a lot comparing with those of previously reported ones. From the analysis of the proposed buffer, the new buffer can hold 255 WDM cells keeping BER of 10-9 as long as a contrast ratio(gain on-off ratio) of optical gate(semiconductor optical amplifier) nside the buffer is 30dB.
Design and Implementation of Multidimensional Data Model for OLAP Based on Object-Relational DBMS
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 25, issue 6A, 2000, Pages 870~884
Among OLAP(On-Line Analytical Processing) approaches, ROLAP(Relational OLAP) based on the star, snowflake schema which offer the multidimensional analytical method has performance problem and MOLAP (Multidimensional OLAP) based on Multidimensional Database System has scalability problem. In this paper, to solve the limitaions of previous approaches, design and implementation of multidimensional data model based on Object-Relation DBMS was proposed. With the extensibility of Object-Relation DBMS, it is possible to advent multidimensional data model which more expressively define multidimensional concept and analysis functions that are optimized for the defined multidimensional data model. In addition, through the hierarchy between data objects supported by Object-Relation DBMS, the aggregated data model which is inherited from the super-table, multidimensional data model, was designed. One these data models and functions are defined, they behave just like a built-in function, w th the full performance characteristics of Object-Relation DBMS engine.
Multi-User Receiver of an MC-CDMA System Using a RBF Network
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 25, issue 6A, 2000, Pages 885~892
A multi-used detector(MUD) using a radial basis function(RBF) network is proposed in a multicarrier-code division multiple access (MC-CDMA) system. In the proposed scheme, a RBF network is connected to the frequency domain in order to effectively utilize the frequency diversity. Simulations have been performed over the frequency selective and multipath fading channel. From these simulations, the proposed receiver is verified to be used for making the performance improvement in combating near-far effects and increasing the number of active users. The system capacity is increaed about 1.8 times at a BER of
under a single cell when the proposed scheme is compared with MUD using a parallel interference canceller(PIC).
Performance analysis of a MAC protocol on WDM slotted ring networks
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 25, issue 6A, 2000, Pages 893~899
WDM technology has been an emerging issue for the efficient use of optical links. WDM uses a number of different wavelengths that are assigned to each channel. The minimal number of optical transcievers and receivers should be used in a node to build an economic WDM transmission system without degrading system performance. Hence, the analysis of performance parameters such as throughput and delay is important to guarantee the WDM system performance. In this paper, the performance of a MAC protocol on a slotted WDM system that has a tunable transmitter(TTX), a tunable receiver(TRX), and a fixed receiver(FRX), respectively, on each node, was statistically analyzed. The computer simulation validates the performance analysis.
Capacity Analysis on Cellular CDMA System with Adaptive Array Antenna in the Presence of Angle Estimation Error
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 25, issue 6A, 2000, Pages 900~909
Adaptive array antennas are one of the most promising techniques for improving the capacity of CDMA mobile communication system. In this paper, the uplink and downlink capacity for asynchronous W-CDMA system with adaptive array antenna is analyzed when an angle estimation error is present. From the results, it is found that the capacities are decreased by the angle estimation error. Specifically, when 5 degrees of error is present at 9 element adaptive array, the capacities are found to decrease by 5.2% in the uplink and 11.6% in the downlink. Also, in this paper, an attempt for comparing the capacities on different channel environments has been made. However, it is found that the increase of the Rice factor hardly effects the capacity due to the power control.
A Fair Drop-tail Bandwidth Allocation Algorithm for High-speed Routers
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 25, issue 6A, 2000, Pages 910~917
Because the random early detection(RED) algorithm deals all flows with the same best-effort traffic characteristic, it can not correctly control the output link bandwidth for the flows with different traffic characteristics. To remedy this problem, several per-flow algorithms have been proposed. In this paper, we propose a new per-flow type Fair Droptail algorithm which can fairly allocate bandwidth among flows over a shared output link. By evenly allocating buffers per flow, the Fair Droptail can restrict a flow not to use more bandwidth than others. In addition, it can be simply implemented even if it employs the per-flow state mechanism, because the Fair Droptail only keeps each information of flow in active state.
An analysis on the network performance for VoD services using multicast
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 25, issue 6A, 2000, Pages 918~926
A huge storage and broad bandwidth are required to provide subscribers with VoD services. Hence, there is a huge amount of cost in establishing networks for VoD services. To determine how to reduce the cost, a number of studies involving such as distributed server systems, multicasting, program caching, stream sharing, are currently in progress. In this paper, a request criterion for multicast service and the ratio of required bandwidth for unicast to multicast are generated. The effect of multicast service on network bandwidth, server bandwidth, and buffer size was analyzed and validated through computer simulation. The results of this study could be applied to efficient designing networks for VoD services.
Predictive Connection Admission Control for Broadband ATM Satellite Systems
Yeong Min Jang ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 25, issue 6A, 2000, Pages 927~934
In this paper, we propose a predictive(transient) connection admission control(CAC) scheme for satellite systems that supports on-board packet switching of multimedia traffic with predefined quality of service(QoS) requirements. The CAC scheme incorporates the unique characteristics of satellite systems, e.g. large propagation delays, no onboard buffer, and low computational requirement. The CAC scheme requires the estimation of the On-Off traffic characteristics (
) of the traffic sources. These estimated values are used to predict the transient cell loss ratio at each downlink. In case the QoS requirements are not met the proposed CAC scheme rejects the new connection. The numerical results obtained suggest that the proposed scheme is an excellent candidate for real time burst and cell level connection prediction and control in broadband on-board satellite networks.