A Dynamic TDMA Wireless Integrated Voice/Data System with Data Steal into Voice (DSV) Technique

Gang WU  Kaiji MUKUMOTO  Akira FUKUDA  Mitsuhiko MIZUNO  Kazumasa TAIRA  

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IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications   Vol.E78-B   No.8   pp.1125-1135
Publication Date: 1995/08/25
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Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Issue on Technologies for High-Speed Mobile Communications)
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multiple access protocols,  wireless TDMA systems,  integration of voice and data,  transient fluid approximation analysis,  

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Summary: 
This paper deals with the method of integration of voice and data in wireless communication systems. By applying the DSV (Data Steal into Voice) technique to D-TDMA (Dynamic Time Division Multiple Access) systems, this paper presents an MAC (Media Access Control) method of integration of voice and data for the systems such as cellular radios and cordless phones. After a brief review of the D-TDMA scheme and the DSV technique, the protocol called D-TDMA/DSV is described. Then, a static analysis to derive the channel capacity and a dynamic analysis to evaluate the throughput and delay performance are presented. An extension of TFA (Transient Fluid Approximation) analysis is employed in the dynamic analysis. With the same system parameters, the capacity of D-TDMA/DSV is compared with that of the traditional D-TDMA. Under the limitation of the blocking probability required for cellular radios, some numerical examples of dynamic analysis are given to show the throughput and delay performance of the system.