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Performance Analysis of HomePNA 2.0 MAC Protocol
Kim, Jong-Won ; Kim, Dae-Young ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 30, issue 10A, 2005, Pages 877~885
The Home Phoneline Networking Alliance (HomePNA) 2.0 technology can establish a home network using existing in-home phone lines, which provides a channel rate of 4-32 Mbps. HomePNA 2.0 Medium Access Control(MAC) protocol adopts an IEEE 802.3 Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection (CSMA/CD) access method, Quality of Service(QoS) algorithm, and Distributed Fair Priority Queuing(DFPQ) collision resolution algorithm. In this paper, we propose some mathematical models about the important elements of HomePNA 2.0 MAC protocol performance, which are Saturation Throughput, Packet Delay and Packet Jitter. Then, we present an overall performance analysis of HomePNA 2.0 MAC protocol along with simulations.
Design and Implementation of Network-Adaptive High Definition MPEG-2 Streaming employing frame-based Prioritized Packetization
Park SangHoon ; Lee Sensjoo ; Kim JongWon ; Kim WooSuk ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 30, issue 10A, 2005, Pages 886~895
As the networked media technology have been grown in recent, there have been many research works to deliver high-quality video such as HDV and HDTV over the Internet. To realize high-quality media service over the Internet, however, the network adaptive streaming scheme is required to adopt to the dynamic fluctuation of underlying networks. In this paper, we design and implement the network-adaptive HD(high definition) MPEG-2 streaming system employing the frame-based prioritized packetization. Delivered video is inputted from the JVC HDV camera to the streaming sewer in real-time. It has a bit-rate of 19.2 Mbps and is multiplexed to the MPEG-2 TS (MPEG-2 MP@HL). For the monitoring of network status, the packet loss rate and the average jitter are measured by using parsing of RTP packet header in the streaming client and they are sent to the streaming server periodically The network adaptation manager in the streaming server estimates the current network status from feedback packets and adaptively adjusts the sending rate by frame dropping. For this, we propose the real-time parsing and the frame-based prioritized packetization of the TS packet. The proposed system is implemented in software and evaluated over the LAN testbed. The experimental results show that the proposed system can enhance the end-to-end QoS of HD video streaming over the best-effort network.
An N-Channel Stop and Wait ARQ based on Selective Packet Delay Strategy in HSDPA Systems
Park Hyung-Ju ; Lim Jae-sung ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 30, issue 10A, 2005, Pages 896~905
In this paper, we propose a SPD(Selective Packet Delay) scheme to improve the performance of High-Speed Downlink Shared Channel(HS-DSCH) employing N-Channel Stop and Wait retransmission scheme in High Speed Downlink Packet Access(HSDPA) system. The proposed SPD coordinates packet transmissions according to the channel condition. When the channel condition is bad, packet transmission is forcedly delayed, and the designated time slot is set over to other users in good channel condition. Hence, the SPD is able to reduce the average transmission delay for packet transmission under the burst error environments. In addition, we propose two packet scheduling schemes called SPD-LDPF(Long Delayed Packet First) and SPD-DCRR(Deficit Compensated Round Robin) that are effectively combined with the SPD scheme. Simulation results show that the proposed scheme has better performance in terms of delay, throughput and fairness.
Subspace Method Based Preceding for Spatial Multiplexing with Limited Feedback
Mun Cheol ; Seo Jeong-Tae ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 30, issue 10A, 2005, Pages 906~911
In this paper, for spatial multiplexing with limited feedback, we propose subspace method based preceding in which the active bases are selected at the receiver from a finite number of basis sets Down at both receiving and transmitting ends, conveyed to the transmitter using limited feedback, and assembled into a preceding matrix at the transmitter. The selected bases are conveyed to the transmitter using feedback information on both the index of the selected basis set, which defines the most appropriate set of coordinates for describing a multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) channel, and the principal bases maximizing the capacity in the selected basis set. We show that the proposed subspace method based preceding provides a capacity similar to that of the closed-loop MIMO even with limited feedback.
Efficient Channel Scheduling Technique Using Release Time Unscheduled Channel Algorithm in OBS WDM Networks
Cho Seok-man ; Kim Sun-myeng ; Choi Dug-kyoo ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 30, issue 10A, 2005, Pages 912~921
Optical burst switching(OBS) is a promising solution for building terabit optical routers and realizing If over WDM. Channel scheduling Algorithm for reduce contention is one of the major challenges in OBS. We address the issue of how to provide basic burst channel scheduling in optical burst switched WDM networks with fiber delay lines(FDLs). In OBS networks the control and payload components or a burst are sent separately with a time gap. If CHP arrives to burst switch node, because using scheduling algorithm for data burst, reservation resources such as wavelength and transmit data burst without O/E/O conversion, because contention and void between burst are happened at channel scheduling process for data burst that happened the link utilization and bust drop probability Existent proposed methods are become much research to solve these problems. Propose channel scheduling algorithm that use Release Time of bust to emphasize clearance between data and data dissipation that is happened in data assignment in this treatise and maximize bust drop probability and the resources use rate (RTUC : Release Time Unscheduled Channel). As simulation results, Confirmed that is more superior in terms of data drop and link utilization than scheduling algorithm that is proposed existing. As simulation results, confirmed improved performance than scheduling algorithm that is proposed existing in terms of survival of burst, efficiency resource and delay. However, In case load were less, degradation confirmed than existent scheduling algorithm relatively, and confirmed that is superior in data drop aspect in case of load increased.
A Study on Adaptive Pilot Beacon for Hard Handoff at CDMA Communication Network
Jeong Ki Hyeok ; Hong Dong Ho ; Hong Wan Pyo ; Ra Keuk Hwawn ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 30, issue 10A, 2005, Pages 922~929
This paper proposes an adaptive pilot beacon equipment for mobile communication systems based on direct spread spectrum technology which generates the pilot channel for handoff between base stations by using the information acquired from the downstream wireless signal regarding the overhead channel information. Such an adaptive pilot beacon equipment will enable low power operation since among the wireless signals, only the pilot channel will be generated and transmitted. The pilot channel in the downstream link of the CDMA receiver is used to acquire time and frequency synchronization and this is used to calibrate the offset for the beacon, which implies that time synchronization using GPS is not required and any location where forward receive signal can be received can be used as the installation site. The downstream link pilot signal searching within the CDMA receiver is performed by FPGA and DSP. The FPGA is used to perform the initial synchronization for the pilot searcher and DSP is used to perform the offset correction between beacon clock and base station clock. The CDMA transmitter the adaptive pilot beacon equipment will use the timing offset information in the pilot channel acquired from the CDMA receiver and generate the downstream link pilot signal synchronized to the base station. The intermediate frequency signal is passed through the FIR filter and subsequently upconverted and amplified before being radiated through the antenna.
Processing Time and Traffic Capacity Analysis for RFID System Using LBT-Serial Searching Scheme
Hwang In-Kwan ; Cho Hae-Keun ; Pyo Cheol-Sig ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 30, issue 10A, 2005, Pages 930~937
In this paper, a processing time and traffic capacity analysis algorithm for RFID system using LBT-serial searching scheme is proposed. Service time, carrier sensing time, additional delay time required for contiguous frequency channel occupancy, and additional delay time required for the contiguous using the same frequency channel are considered and the processing delay and frequency channel capacity are analyzed for the steady state operation of the system. The simulation results showing maximum capacity of the system and explaining the accuracy of the algorithm are provided.
Location Estimation based on Edge Weights in Wireless Sensor Networks
Kim Sook-Yeon ; Kwon Oh-Heum ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 30, issue 10A, 2005, Pages 938~948
Localization in wireless sensor networks is to determine the positions of all nodes based on the Down positions of several nodes. Much previous work for localization use multilateration or triangulation based on measurement of angles or distances to the fixed nodes. In this paper, we propose a new centralized algorithm for localization using weights of adjacent nodes. The algorithm, having the advantage of simplicity, shows that the localization problem can be formulated to a linear matrix equalities. We mathematically show that the equalities have a unique solution. The unique solution indicates the locations of unknown nodes are capable of being uniquely determined. Three kinds of weights proposed for practical use are compared in simulation analysis.
Sliding Window and Successive Cancellation Channel Estimation Schemes based on Pilot Spread Code in DS-UWB System
Wang, Yupeng ; Kim, Jung-Ju ; Chang, Kyung-Hi ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 30, issue 10A, 2005, Pages 949~957
In this paper, the performances of a single-user DS-UWB system applying two simple proposed channel estimation schemes are introduced, according to the newly updated DS-UWB PHY Layer standard from IEEE P802.15.3a. The performances of error control coding, different combining schemes in selective Rake receiver for DS-UWB system are analyzed. Both of the two channel estimation schemes using data-independent structure work well in DS-UWB system with few pilot bits. For the purpose of channel estimation and reduces the number of pilot bits, we apply a pilot symbol spreaded with
periods of m-sequence for different channel estimation schemes.
A Study on the downconverter Using Sub-Harmonic Mixer for Point to Point System Applications
Min Jun-Ki ; Kim Hyun-Jin ; Kim Yong-Hwan ; Yoo Hyung-Soo ; Yun Ho-Seok ; Lee Keun-Tae ; Hong Ui-Seok ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 30, issue 10A, 2005, Pages 958~964
In this thesis, the matching network at the local oscillator port of the sub-harmonic mixer is optimized for reducing the conversion loss. A downconverter for point to point system applications is designed and fabricated using the such sub-harmonic mixer. The sub-harmonic mixer achieved the conversion loss of 11.8 dB at the 12 dBm input power of the local oscillator and the isolation of less than -40 dB. The downconverter achieved the IF output power flatness of 2 dB and the total noise figure of 5.9 dB.
A Medium Power Single-Pole-Double-Throw MMIC Switch for IEEE 802.11a WLAN Applications
Mun JaeKyoung ; Kim Haecheon ; Park Chong-Ook ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 30, issue 10A, 2005, Pages 965~970
In this paper, SPDT Tx/Rx MMIC switch applicable to IEEE 802.11a WLAN systems is designed and fabricated using a specific designed epitaxial layered pHEMT wafer and ETRI's
pHEMT switch process. The SPDT switch exhibits a low insertion loss of 0.68dB, high isolation of 35.64dB, return loss of 13.4dB, power transfer capability of 25dBm, and 3rd order intercept point of 42dBm at frequency of 5.8GHz and control voltage of 0/-3V. The comparison of the measured performances with commercial products based on the GaAs pHEMT technology for low voltage operating at
3V/0V shows that the return loss is somewhat inferior to the commercial products and insertion loss is compatible with each other however, isolation characteristics are much better than in conventional chips. Based on these performances, we can conclude that the developed SPDT switch MMIC has an enough potential for IEEE802.11a standard 5 GHz-band wireless LAN applications.
A Study on the Realization of Broadband frequency Multiple VCO for Multi-Band Radar Detector
Park Wook-Ki ; Kang Suk-Youb ; Go Min-Ho ; Park Hyo-Dal ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 30, issue 10A, 2005, Pages 971~978
In this paper, we design and fabricate a VCO(Voltage Controlled Oscillator) for radar detector of X/K/Ka band using frequency multiplier. The existing VCO operated in radar detector have many Problems such as narrow bandwidth, slow frequency variable rate, unstable of production due to high frequency. So we design and fabricate a VCO improved such problems using frequency multiplier. As a result of measure, investigated frequency multiple VCO show its output power 3.64 dBm at multiplied operating frequency 11.27 GHz and have wide frequency tuning range of 660 MHz by controlled voltage 0V to 4.50 V applied diode. And also its phase noise is -104.0 dEc at 1 MHz offset frequency so we obtain suitable performance for commercial use.