Development of Recovery and Redundancy Model for Real Time Wireless Networks

Boniface Kayode Alese (Department of Cybersecurity, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria)
Bamidele Moses Kuboye (Department of Information Technology, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria)
Omolara Iyabode Alabede (Department of Computer Science, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria)

Article ID: 4915

Abstract


The growth in wireless technologies applications makes the necessity of providing a reliable communication over wireless networks become obvious. Guaranteeing real time communication in wireless medium poses a significant challenge due to its poor delivery reliability. In this study, a recovery and redundancy model based on sequential time division multiple access (S-TDMA) for wireless communication is developed. The media access control (MAC) layer of the S-TDMA determines which station should transmit at a given time slot based on channel state of the station. Simulations of the system models were carried out using MATLAB SIMULINK software. SIMULINK blocks from the signal processing and communication block sets were used to model the communication system. The S-TDMA performance is evaluated with total link reliability, system throughput, average probability of correct delivery before deadline and system latency. The evaluation results displayed in graphs when compared with instant retry and drop of frame were found to be reliable in recovering loss packets.


Keywords


Sequential time division multiple access; (S-TDMA); Wireless; Redundancy; Packets; Media access control (MAC)

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