Performance Analysis of Multi-Channel and Multi-Traffic on Wireless Communication Networks / Edition 1

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Overview

This book attempts to present exact and approximate analytical solution methods and techniques using queueing theory in the complex multimedia traffic systems with procedures of random multiple access schemes. In particular, this book presents how to approximate the system performance of discrete-time multimedia networks, the probability distribution of the interarrival time of internetwork packets at the adjacent network and the higher moments of the transmission departure distribution and delay in wireless multimedia communication environment. In general the modeling of discrete-time multimedia communication systems are more complex than that of continuous-time systems because multiple state changes can occur from one time-unit to the next. This complicates the analysis of the model. This book also discusses numerical results that illustrate the applications of the theory and various properties.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780792376774
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 2/28/2002
  • Edition description: 2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 324
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 0.81 (d)

Table of Contents

List of Figures xiii
List of Tables xix
Preface xxi
Acknowledgments xxvii
1. Introduction 1
1 Overview of Multiple Access Communication Networks 1
2 Packet Communication Networks 3
2.1 Local Area Networks 4
2.2 Single Channel Networks 4
2.3 Multichannel Networks 5
2.4 Multi-Hop Networks 6
3 Wireless Communication Networks 7
3.1 Cellular Mobile Telecommunication Networks 7
3.2 Mobile Packet Radio Networks 8
3.3 Wireless Local Area Networks 8
4 Multiple Access Protocols 9
4.1 Fixed Assignment Protocols 10
4.1.1 TDMA 10
4.1.2 FDMA 10
4.1.3 CDMA 11
4.2 Random Access Protocols 11
4.2.1 Pure ALOHA 13
4.2.2 Slotted ALOHA 14
4.2.3 CSMA and CSMA/CD 14
4.2.4 Performance Comparisons for ALOHA and CSMA 17
4.2.5 CSMA/CA 18
4.2.6 Reservation Multiple Access Protocols 18
5 Mobile Packet Radio Networks with Random Access Protocols 19
5.1 CSMA 19
5.2 CSMA/CD 20
5.3 Capture 20
6 Multichannel Networks with Random Access Protocols 21
6.1 Slotted ALOHA 22
6.2 CSMA and CSMA/CD 22
7 Multi-Hop Networks with Random Access Protocols 23
7.1 Slotted ALOHA 24
7.2 CSMA and CSMA/CD 25
7.3 CDMA 25
8 Channel Assignment Schemes in Cellular Mobile Networks 26
8.1 FCA Scheme 26
8.2 DCA Scheme 27
8.3 HCA Scheme 27
8.4 Hand-Off 29
9 Performance Analysis of Wireless Communication Networks 29
9.1 Discrete-Time and Continuous-Time Markov Chains 31
9.2 Probability Distributions 33
10 System Models and Performance Analyses in the Book 34
10.1 System Models and Performance Analyses 34
10.2 Performance Measures and Common Definitions 39
Part I Multichannel and Multi-Traffic Networks with Slotted ALOHA Protocol
2. Output and Delay Process Analysis of Slotted Aloha Multichannel Networks 45
1 Introduction 45
2 System Model 47
3 Performance Analysis 48
3.1 Stationary Probability Distribution 48
3.2 Average Performance Measures 51
3.3 Packet Interdeparture Time Distribution of Type [c] 52
3.4 Joint Probability Distribution of Packet Interdeparture Time and Number of Packet Departures 55
3.5 Packet Delay Distribution 60
4 Numerical Results 65
5 Conclusion 67
3. Performance Analysis of Multichannel Slotted Aloha Networks with Capture 71
1 Introduction 71
2 System Model 72
3 Performance Analysis 74
3.1 Stationary Probability Distribution 74
3.2 Average Performance Measures 76
4 Numerical Results 77
5 Conclusion 78
4. Output and Delay Process Analysis of Multichannel Networks with Voice/Data 83
1 Introduction 83
2 System Model 85
3 Performance Analysis 87
3.1 Analysis of Nonreservation System 87
3.2 Analysis of Reservation System 90
3.3 Packet Departure Distribution 92
3.4 Average Performance Measures 94
3.5 Packet Delay Distribution 98
4 Numerical Results 103
5 Conclusion 106
5. Performance Analysis of Prioritized Multihop Packet Radio Networks 113
1 Introduction 113
2 System Model 116
3 Performance Analysis 117
3.1 Joint Probability Generating Function 117
3.2 Analysis for Three-Hop Network 119
3.2.1 Fully Connected Three-Hop Network 119
3.2.2 Tandem Three-Hop Network 123
3.3 Analysis for N-Hop Network 126
3.3.1 Queue Length Distribution 128
3.3.2 Average Performance Measures 132
3.3.3 Transmission State Distribution 132
3.4 Two-Hop Parallel Network 139
4 Numerical Results 141
5 Conclusion 141
Part II Multichannel and Multi-Traffic Networks with CSMA Protocols
6. Output and Delay Process Analysis of Slotted CSMA/CD Multichannel Lans 149
1 Introduction 149
2 System Model 152
3 Performance Analysis 153
3.1 Stationary Probability Distribution 153
3.2 Average Performance Measures 155
3.3 Packet Interdeparture Time Distribution of Type [c] 155
3.4 Joint Probability Distribution of Packet Interdeparture Time and Number of Packet Departures 157
3.5 Packet Delay Distribution 159
4 Numerical Results 162
5 Conclusion 163
7. Performance Analysis of CSMA/CA Wireless Lans 169
1 Introduction 169
2 System Model 172
3 Performance Analysis 173
3.1 Analysis for Second State Transition 175
3.2 Analysis of IFT for First State Transition 175
3.3 Analysis of DFT for First State Transition 177
3.4 Analysis for Third State Transition 178
3.5 Stationary Probability Distribution 179
3.6 Average Performance Measures 179
4 Numerical Results 180
5 Conclusion 182
8. Output Process Analysis of Wireless CSMA/CA Lans with Voice/Data 187
1 Introduction 187
2 System Model 189
3 Performance Analysis 191
3.1 Analysis for Second State Transition 193
3.2 Analysis of IFT for First State Transition 195
3.3 Analysis of DFT for First State Transition 196
3.4 Analysis for Third State Transition 198
3.5 Stationary Probability Distribution 199
3.6 Average Performance Measures 200
3.7 Packet Interdeparture Time Distribution 201
4 Numerical Results 203
5 Conclusion 210
Part III Multichannel and Multi-Traffic in Wireless Communication Networks with CDMA Protocol and Hybrid Channel Assignment Scheme
9. Output and Delay Process Analysis of CDMA Networks with Voice/Data 221
1 Introduction 221
2 System Model 224
3 Performance Analysis 227
3.1 Stationary Probability Distribution 227
3.2 Packet Departure Distribution 230
3.3 Average Performance Measures 231
3.4 Packet Delay Distribution 233
4 Numerical Results 236
5 Conclusion 239
10. Performance Analysis of Cellular Mobile Networks with HCA Scheme 245
1 Introduction 245
2 System Model 248
3 Performance Analysis 250
3.1 Interoverflow Time Distribution 250
3.2 Analytical Method I 252
3.3 Analytical Method II 255
3.3.1 Blocking Probability 255
3.3.2 Binomial Moment 257
4 Numerical Results 261
5 Conclusion 262
11. Output and Delay Process Analysis of Cellular Mobile Networks with Hand-Off 267
1 Introduction 267
2 System Model 269
3 Performance Analysis 271
3.1 Stationary Probability Distribution 271
3.2 Average Performance Measures 277
3.3 Waiting Time Distribution 279
4 Numerical Results 282
5 Conclusion 285
12. Concluding Remarks 289
1 Summary of the Book 289
2 Topics for Future Research 289
Appendices 298
Derivation of Equation (5.16) 299
Derivation of Equation (8.4) 301
Numerical Calculation Method to Solve Row Vector x in Chapter 11 305
References 309
Index 321
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