IEEE 802.15.6 UWB WBAN에서 다중 홉 전송에 대한 성능 평가

김호성; 황호영
July 2017
Journal of the Korea Institute of Information & Communication En;Jul2017, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p1313
Academic Journal
In this paper, we evaluate the performance of multi-hop transmissions in IEEE 802.15.6 ultra wide band (UWB) wireless body area network (WBAN). The packet structure in the physical layer, and encoding and decoding are considered for multi-hop transmissions in IEEE 802.15.6 UWB WBAN. We analyze the data success rate and energy efficiency of multi-hop transmissions with considering the length of data payload, transmission power, and distances between the nodes in IEEE 802.15.6 UWB WBAN. Through simulations, we evaluate the data success rate and energy efficiency of multi-hop transmissions with varying the length of data payload, transmission power, and distances between the nodes in IEEE 802.15.6 UWB WBAN. Finally, we can select an energy-efficient multi-hop transmission in IEEE 802.15.6 UWB WBAN depending on the length of data payload, transmission power, and distances between the nodes.


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