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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
Volume 27, Issue 11C - Nov 2002
Volume 27, Issue 10C - Oct 2002
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Routing Protocol with QoS Support in ice Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 4C, 2002, Pages 273~281
Recently, demand for real-time data and multimedia data is rapidly increasing, and it is impossible for mobile Ad Hoc networks with only best effort service to efficiently transfer such data. So, we absolutely need the QoS service which reserves the communication resources in advance. The existing routing protocols, which assume that the links between nodes are bidirectional, provide the convenience for the route discovery and maintenance, but can not support the routing function for the unidirectional links due to the wireless link property easily changing with time under the real wireless environment. In order to solve such problems, in this dissertation we suggested a unidirectional QoS routing a waste of communication resources. The waste of protocol that supports unidirectional links and reduces communication resources is reduced by establishing the shortest route suitable to QoS support, considering in advance the usable communication resources at each node.
Performance Measurement and Analysis of Intranet using DPE-based Performance Management System
Kim, Seoung-Woo ; Kim, Chul ; Shin, Jae-Kwang ; Kim, Young-Tak ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 4C, 2002, Pages 282~294
The modern telecommunication networks are composed of various network-type and are managed by various management technologies, such as TMN, SNMP, TINA etc. Furthermore, the network user's needs of real-time multimedia services are rapidly increasing. In order to guarantee the user-requested quality-of-service(QoS) and keep the network utilization at maximum, it is required to manage the network performance continuously after the network is deployed. The performance management function should provide the useful information for the network expansion and the capacity reallocation in the future. In this paper, we propose a DPE-based performance management architecture for the integrated management of the heterogeneous network elements with TMN and SNMP. We propose an approach to provide the Intranet traffic monitoring and analysis function using layered network management concept and distributed processing technology. The proposed architecture has been designed and implemented based on multiprocess and multithread structure to support concurrent processing. To manage the traffic according to the Intranet service categories, we implemented an ITMA(Intelligent Traffic Monitoring Agent) with packet capture library. With the proposed architecture, we could measure and analyze the real Intranet traffic of Yeungnam University.
A Design and Implementation of Device Driver Architecture of IEEE 1394 Network Adaptor for Guaranteeing Real-Time Characteristics
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 4C, 2002, Pages 295~307
The IEEE 1394 protocol is a de facto standard in multimedia digital home network. It supports several advanced features such as hot plugging, dynamic network reconfiguration, isochronous transmission and so on. Since the IEEE 1394 was adapted in the field of multimedia service with QoS guarantee, back bone network protocol with reel-time digital instrumentation and control sub networks, and physical layer protocol for real-time middleware such as real-time CORBA, the additional real-time features has been required in device driver implementation because of the necessity of the predictability enhancement. To guarantee the real-time features, the device driver of the IEEE 1394 should support the priority based packet processing and also need a isochronous buffer management mechanism to deal with the periodic isochronous communication. In this paper, we proposed a new software architecture of the IEEE 1394 device driver for supporting the real-time characteristics such as priority based packet processing, priority based scheduling and so on.
A Study to Guarantee Minimum Bandwidth to TCP Traffic over ATM-GFR Service
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 4C, 2002, Pages 308~315
Guaranteed frame rate (GFR) service has been defied to provide minimum cell rate (MCR) guarantees for virtual connections (VCs) carrying Internet traffic in ATM networks and allow them to fairly share residual bandwidth. The simplest switch implementation mechanism to support the GFR service in ATM networks consists of the frame-based generic cell rate algorithm (F-GCRA) frame classifier and the early packet discard (EPD)-like buffer acceptance algorithm in a single FIFO buffer. This mechanism is simple, but has foiled to guarantee the same bandwidth as an MCR to a VC that has reserved a relatively large MCR. This paper applies the packet spacing scheme to TCP traffic to alleviate its burstness, so as to guarantee a larger MCR to a VC. In addition, the random early detection (RED) scheme is added to the buffer acceptance algorithm in order to improve fairness in use of residual bandwidth. Simulation results show that the applied two schemes improve a quality of service (QoS) in the GFR service for the TCP traffic.
A Comparison of Restoration Schemes in Multiprotocol Label Switching Networks
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 4C, 2002, Pages 316~325
This paper investigates the restoration schemes which are applied to the MPLS domain upon a network failure. We define the following three restoration service models by combining the various restoration schemes: "FIS-based protection service" (FIS: failure indication signal), "inversion traffic protection service" and "1+1 protection service". After a qualitative analysis of the performance in them, we have analyzed it on quantitative basis by the simulation. According to the simulation results, "1+1 protection service" guarantees the fastest and most lossless restoration service among them; however, it results in consuming considerable bandwidth and producing an amount of control traffic, which means poor network utilization. On the other hand, "FIS-based protection service" spends less bandwidth and generates less control traffic, which means better network utilization, but produces poor restoration service. "Inversion traffic protection service" provides the medium restoration service and utilization between "1+1 protection service" and "FIS-based protection service."
Development of Easy-to-use VI Programming Library
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 4C, 2002, Pages 326~332
To transfer the large size of data more quickly among cluster nodes, the lightweight messaging scheme has been developed. VIA(Virtual Interface Architecture) allows that user can directly communicate with network devices without any interference of kernel and has become a communication protocol for clusters. But one must spend a lot of time to be skillful with it because of difficulties of programming. Therefore, we propose an easier library called EVIL(Easy-to-use Virtual Interface Library) that developers can easily deal with. We evaluated the performance of EVIL, Native VIA, TCP/IP respectively.
A Study on Traffic analysis for System Optimization of CDMA base station and repeaters
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 4C, 2002, Pages 333~341
This article is written to make a foundation for effective radio network engineering by enabling the accurate traffic assumption between Base Station (BTS : Base Station Transceiver Subsystem) md Repeater through the scientific and systematic analysis of mobile traffic dealt within CDMA Base Station. Among these, Repeater, having direct physical connection with BTS, simply does the remote relay function but the volume of the traffic flowed into the repeater is not accountable. The total BTS traffic is the sum of traffic dealt by the BTS and multiple Repeaters. In this article, we tried traffic analysis of this kind by adopting RTD (Round Trip Delay) which is specially designed to measure distribution of the distance between the Base Station and the Mobile station by differentiating the traffic dealt by BTS from traffic dealt by Repeaters. The fact that the connection between mobile station and BTS via Repeater (which is located remotely) yields far more delay than the direct connection between mobile station and BTS is the clue of this article. Based on this fact, Time Delay equipment was put at the receiving side of the Repeater to add certain amount of delay to the traffic to BTS and the result showed that the 99.78% of the traffic can be identified.
Performance comparisons of RIO and RIO-DC for QoS guarantee of the Assured Service in Differentiated Services
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 4C, 2002, Pages 342~352
In this paper, we compare the performances of RIO and RIO-DC buffer management schemes for DiffServ AF PHB standardized in IETF. For the comparison, we relatively differentiate maximum delay for each Assured Service subclass in Differentiated Services by allocating bandwidth to each subclass differently. In addition, we set the values of RIO and RIO-DC parameters considering the buffer size determined by the network topology and the ratio of bandwidth allocated to each subclass. In this simulation environment, the performances of RIO and RIO-DC schemes are analyzed focusing on the throughput of the In-profile traffic, the link utilization and the fairness. Simulation results show that the performance of RIO-DC scheme is comparable to that of RIO scheme with regard to the throughput of the In-profile traffic and the link utilization. However, under the simulation condition RIO-DC scheme improves the fairness between flows much better than RIO scheme.
A Packet Forwarding Control Scheme for TCP Performance Improvement in Mobile Networks
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 4C, 2002, Pages 353~364
To prevent the performance degradation of TCP due to packet loss in the smooth handoff by the route optimization extension of Mobile If protocol, a buffering of packets at a base station is needed. A buffering of packets at a base station recovers the packets dropped during the handoff by forwarding the buffered packets at the old base station to the mobile user. But, when the mobile user moves to a new foreign network which is connected to a congested router, the buffered packets forwarded by the old base station are dropped and the link utilization performance degraded due to increased congestion by the forwarded packets. In this paper, when the mobile user moves to a new foreign network which is connected to a congested router, Ive propose a packet forwarding control scheme required far the old base station to improve TCP performance in mobile networks. The old base station forwards or discards the buffered packets during handoff by proposed packet forwarding control scheme based on congestion states of RED(Random Early Detection) at the congested router. Simulation results slow that link utilization performance can be improved by applying proposed packet forwarding control scheme.
A study on the Circuit Designed for Bottle-neck Rejection and Effective PCI
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 4C, 2002, Pages 365~370
In this paper external image multi-processing digital signal the transmit is the possibility of doing system with the PCI the design. The bottle-neck which it follows in transmission ratio limit of the CPU and the circumference machineries and tools against the image data which with the improve one thing becomes the processing with the real-time efficiently the transmit and the control is the possibility of doing structure the proposed. The also with the resource amount used 13% reduced which PCI fast data transfer and DMA function. The designed is operation verification against the function and the timing which use Max+plus II.
Design of MMIC SPST Switches Using GaAs MESFETs
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 4C, 2002, Pages 371~379
In this paper, the MMIC SPST switches operating from DC to 3GHz were designed and implemented. Prior to the design of switches, the small and large-signal switch models were needed to predict switch performance accurately. The newly proposed small-signal switch model parameters were extracted from measured S-parameters using optimization technique with estimated initial values and boundary limits. In the extraction of large-signal switch model parameters, the current source was modeled by fitting empirical equations to measured DC data and the charge model was derived from extracted channel capacitances from measured S-parameters varying the drain-source voltage. To design basic series-shunt SPST switches and isolation-improved SPST switches, we applied this model to commercial microwave circuit simulator. The improved SPST switches exhibited 0.302dB insertion loss, 35.762dB isolation, 1.249 input VSWR, 1.254 output VSWR, and about 15.7dBm PldB with 0/-3V control voltages at 3GHz.
Analysis and Optimization of the Phase Noise of the Local Oscillator Signal for the CDMA Mobile Station
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 4C, 2002, Pages 380~387
In this paper, the effect of the phase noise of a local oscillator on the ACPR of a transmitter and the reception sensitivity of a receiver to meet the TIA/EIA/IS-98-D for the CDMA mobile station was analyzed. And the optimum condition for performance of the local oscillator was suggested. It was found that the phase noise level of the local oscillator in a receiver and a transmitter should be below -138.3dBc/Hz and -120dBc/Hz, respectively, at 900kHz offset. It was confirmed that the reception sensitivity and ACPR efficiency were satisfactory when the signal of the local oscillator to the down-converter of a receiver with the phase noise level of less than -138.3dBc/Hz is supplied to the up-converter of the transmitter.
Design of SIMD-DSP/PPU for a High-Performance Embedded Microprocessor
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 27, issue 4C, 2002, Pages 388~397
We designed a SIMD-DSP/FPU that can efficiently improve multimedia processing performance when integrated into high-performance embedded microprocessors. We proposed partitioned architectures and new schemes for several functional units to reduce chip area. Sharing functional units reduces the area of FPU significantly. The proposed architecture is modeled in HDL and synthesized with a 0.35
standard cell library. The chip area is estimated to be about 100,000 equivalent gates. The designed unit can run at higher than 50MHz clock frequency of CPU core under the worst-case operating conditions.