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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
Editor in Chief :
Kyung-Hi Chang / Song Chong / Jong-Taek Oh / Jae-Jin Lee / Myung-Sik Yoo
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Volume 27, Issue 12C - Dec 2002
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Performance Analysis of Multimedia CDMA Mobile Communication System Considering Diverse Qos Requirements
Kim, Baek-Hyun ; Shin, Seung-Hoon ; Kwak Kyung-Sup ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 1B, 2002, Pages 1~12
In the multimedia CDMA mobile communication service, it is required to support various applications, such as voice, video, file transfer, e-mail, and Internet access, with guaranteed QoS. In the mixed traffic environment ,which consists of voice, stream data, and packet data, we analyze the network where preemptive priority is granted to delay-intolerant voice service and a buffer is offered to delay-tolerant stream data service. And, for best-effort packet data service, the access control by transmission permission probability is applied to obtain prominent throughput. To analyze the multimedia CDMA mobile communication system, we build a 2-dimensional markov chain model about prioritized-voice and stream data services and accomplish numerical analysis in combination with packet data traffic based on residual capacity equation.
Replicated Chaeckpointing Failure Recovery Schemes for Mobile Hosts and Mobile Support Station in Cellular Networks
Byun, Kyue-Sub ; Kim, Jai-Hoon ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 1B, 2002, Pages 13~23
A mobile host is prone to failure due to lack of stable storage, low bandwidth of wireless channel, high mobility, and limited battery life on the wireless network. Many researchers have studied to overcome these problems. For high level Availability in the cellular networks, it is necessary to consider recovery from the failures of mobile support stations as well as mobile as mobile hosts. In this paper, we present modified trickle scheme for recovery from failures of Mobile Support Station based on checkpointing scheme and analyze and compare the performance. We propose and analyze the performance of two schemes : one is waiting recovery scheme for the mobile support station having the last checkpoint and the other is searching the new path to the another mobile support station having the checkpoint.
Performance Evaluation of Initial Cell Search Scheme Using Time Tracker for W-CDMA
Hwang, Sang-Yun ; Kang, Bub-Ju ; Choi, Woo-Young ; Kim, Jae-Seok ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 1B, 2002, Pages 24~33
The cell search scheme for W-CDMA consists of the following three stages: slot synchronization(1st stage), group identification and frame boundary detection(2nd stage), and long code identification(3rd stage). The performance of the cell search when a mobile station is switched on, which is referred to as initial cell search, is decreased by the initial frequency and timing error. In this paper, we propose the pipeline structured initial cell search scheme using time trackers to compensate for the impact of the initial timing error in the stage 2 and stage 3. The simulation results show that the performance of the proposed scheme is maximal 1.5dB better than that of the conventional one when the initial timing error is near
A Test Bed Implementation of the Transmit Antenna Array for DS-CDMA system
Lee, Youg-Up ; Lee, Joon-Ho ; Kim, Jong-Dae ; Park, Joong-Hoo ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 1B, 2002, Pages 34~41
In this paper, the algorithms increase the capacity of the forward link channel are studied in the DS-CDMA mobile communication system with the technology of transmit antenna array. Through of the implementation of the test bed with PC and DSP boards, the hardware implementation and optimization of the algorithms, the operation scenario and architecture of the test bed, are considered. In addition, the performance analyses are achieved about the execution time of the algorithms.
Adaptive Collision Resolution Algorithm for Improving Delay of Services in B-WLL System
Ahn, Kye-Hyun ; Park, Byoung-Joo ; Baek, Seung-Kwon ; Kim, Eung-Bae ; Kim, Young-Chon ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 1B, 2002, Pages 42~48
In broadband wireless networks, the effective meeting of the QoS guarantees may strongly depend on the Contention Resolution Algorithm used in the uplink contention period. The time it takes a station to transmit a successful request to the base station, or request delay, must be kept low even during periods of high contention. If a request suffers many collisions, it cannot rely on the preemptive scheduler to receive low access delays. However, the conventional collision resolution algorithm has a problem that all collided stations are treated equally regardless of their delay from previous contention periods. Some requests may have very long request delay caused by continuous collisions. In this paper, we propose an adaptive collision resolution algorithm for fast random access in broadband wireless networks. The design goal is to provide quick access to the request with a high number of collisions. To do this, the proposed algorithm separates the whole contention region into multiple sub regions and permits access through each sub region only to the requests with equal number of collisions. The sub region is adaptively created according to the feedback information of previous random access. By simulation, the proposed algorithm can improve the performance in terms of throughput, random delay and complementary distribution of random delay by its ability to isolate higher priorities from lower ones. We can notice the algorithm provides efficiency and random access delay in random access environment.
Analysis of Security Threats and Air Interface Traffic Performance for IMT-2000 Mobile Systems
Kwon, Soo-Kun ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 1B, 2002, Pages 49~55
IMT-2000 mobile system will provide many application services such as mobile internet, wireless electronics commerce applications using air interface with high data rate. These applications require high data integrity, data confidentiality, user authentication, user identity confidentiality and non-repudiation. In this study, we analyze new security threats and air interface traffic performance for IMT-2000 mobile systems. Signal traffic for network access security services requires 0.2kbps~4.5kbps with the conditions of 246~768bits/massage, 0.2~1.0 basic services/sec and the security services of the rate 0.2~1.0 times compared with basic services.
A Novel Transmit Diversity Technique for IS-2000 Systems
Yoon, Hyun-Goo ; Yook Jong-Gwan ; Park, Han-Kyu ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 1B, 2002, Pages 56~65
This paper proposes a novel transmit diversity technique, namely symbol split orthogonal transmit diversity (SS-OTD). In this technique, full path diversity and temporal diversity are achieved by combining orthogonal transmit diversity technique (OTD) technique with the symbol splitting method proposed by Meyer. Its performances is simulated for fundamental channels associated with the forward link of the IS-2000 system, and then compared with those of OTD and space-time spreading (STS). Our proposed method offers a 0.5-7.7dB performance improvement over OTD under various simulation environments and its performance is similar to STS. Moreover, compares with that of STS, the peak-to-average power ratio (PAR) of transmitted signals in SS-OTD is reduced by a maximal 1.35dB, which decreases the complexity of base station RF devices, such as power amplifiers. Thus, SS-OTD is comparable to STS in performance and superior to STS in the cost and efficiency of base station RF devices.
An Improved Symbol Offset Estimation Technique in OFDM-based Wireless LANs
Jeon, Won-Gi ; Cho, Yong-Soo ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 1B, 2002, Pages 66~78
In this paper, we propose a new symbol offset estimation technique for an orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM)-based wireless LAN. When both inter-symbol interference (ISI) and inter-channel interference (ICI) do not exist in an OFDM symbol, symbol offsets cause circular shifts in the estimated channel impulse response (CIR) by the amount of symbol offset. Also, the power delay profile of a typical multipath wireless channel can be modeled by exponentially decaying function, and most energy of multipath channel is concentrated at the beginning part of the CIR. Based on these properties, the proposed symbol offset estimation technique estimates the CIR, which is circularly shifted by the amount of symbol offset, and then calculates the partial mean power from the estimated impulse response by using a moving window with a finite length. And, symbol offset can be estimated from the index of a moving window having the maximal partial mean power. The proposed technique can reduce noise effect in the process of the CIR estimation, and remove ISI and ICI using repetitive training symbol structure in time-domain for minimum training overhead. The performances of the proposed symbol offset estimation technique in typical indoor channels are demonstrated by computer simulation.
Synchronization for Wireless LAN System Using OFDM Technique
Yun, Kyung-Seok ; Choi, Seung-Kuk ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 1B, 2002, Pages 79~89
A synchronization method is presented for IEEE 802.11a wireless OFDM system. First the coarse symbol synchronization is achieved by measuring the moving power average of the received envelope signal. The detection probabilities and optimum thresholds for the symbol synchronization are derived. By measuring the correlation between the short training signal and received envelope signal, fine symbol synchronization can be acquired. And the frequency synchronization is achieved using long training signal. A symbol synchronization error causes a phase rotation of the constellation. After the compensation for fading channel, the rotation due to the symbol timing error can be corrected. With this method, synchronization can be well achieved over frequency selective channels.
A Channel Estimation Scheme using Early-late Doppler Compensator in uplink WCDMA system
Choi, Jung-Hyun ; Kim, Nak-Myeong ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 1B, 2002, Pages 90~98
To increase system capacity in WCDMA receiver, the coherent detection is an essential technology for recovering transmitted symbols correctly. For coherent detection, an accurate and fast channel estimation is required. In next generation mobile communication system, high frequency carriers are used, and high data rate services are provided for subscribers having high mobility. In this communication environment, however, the rapidly-changing doppler frequency degrades the quality of the transmitted signal a lot. In WCDMA system, the channel estimation is conducted using pilot channel and/or pilot symbols which are known to both transmitter and receiver. Some existing channel estimation algorithms utilize these information quite well, but the performance of channel estimation gets very poor in a complicated fading channel distorted by the doppler effect. In this paper, we propose a new channel estimation algorithm combining an early-late doppler compensator so that the doppler effect and the fading characteristics are compensated at the same time. By computer simulation, the proposed algorithm proved to be a much more efficient channel estimation method in the fast fading channel, even at reasonably low Eb/No.
Concurrency Control for Client Transactions in Broadcast Disk Environments
Cho, Haeng-Rae ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 1B, 2002, Pages 99~107
Broadcast disks are suited for disseminating information to a large number of clients in mobile computing environments. In broadcast disks, the server continuously and repeatedly broadcasts all data items in the database to clients without specific requests. The clients monitor the broadcast channel and retrieve data items as they arrive on the broadcast channel. The broadcast channel then becomes a disk from which clients can retrieve data items. In this paper, we propose a cache conscious concurrency control (
) scheme to preserve the consistency of client transactions, when the values of broadcast data items are updated at the server.
scheme is novel in the sense that it can reduce the response time of client transactions with minimal control information to be broadcast from the server. This is achieved by the judicious caching strategy of the clients.
A Measurement of Multi-path Propagation Characteristics for 2.4GHz Radio at roadside
Oh, Jong-Taek ; Cho, Dong-Kwon ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 1B, 2002, Pages 108~113
Short range communications between road-side equipments and on-board equipment is very important for ITS(intelligent Transport System). Roadside communication is for short range communication, and needs performance of high data bit rate and should support the function for very short term communication. In addition to it, a radio propagation characteristics is very different according to a road environment. In this paper, for reliable roadside communication, the radio multi-path propagation profile at roadside is measured and the characteristics is analyzed.
An Indoor Propagation Modeling that can Analyze a Fading Characteristic
Seok, Woo-Chan ; Kim, Jin-Woong ; Yoon, Young-Joong ; Seok, Jae-Ho ; Lim, Jae-Woo ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 1B, 2002, Pages 114~124
In this paper, we proposed the image-based 3D ray tracing indoor propagation model using a patch scattering model for fading analysis of indoor propagation environments. An image-based 3D ray tracing technique is mainly used, which allows the rapid generation of the complex channel impulse response for any given location and polarization of transmitter and receiver. Due to the site specific nature of indoor environment, we took into account the location and the electrical properties of individual walls and objects such as windows, doors and plaster board in our propagation model. Besides, the 3D radiation beam-patterns and polarizations of arbitrary antennas were considered, and using patch scattering model we can consider the change of the polarization due to the scattering from the various indoor objects, like desks, chairs and etc. the are almost impossible to be modeled with the basic image-based ray tracing method. The model will predict the impulse response, the rms delay spread, the fading characteristics of the channel and performances of the polarization diversity schemes.