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Exact Analysis of Multi-Traffic Wireless Communication Networks with Reserved and Nonreserved Multi-Channel
Wuyi YUE Yutaka MATSUMOTO
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications
Publication Date: 2001/04/01
Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Issue on Mobile Multimedia Communications)
performance analysis, multi-traffic, reserved and nonreserved multi-channel, slotted ALOHA, wireless communication,
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To satisfy huge service demand and multi-traffic requirements with limited bandwidth, this paper proposes two different procedures of multi-channel multiple access schemes with the slotted ALOHA operation for both data and voice traffic and presents an exact analysis to numerically evaluate the performance of the systems. In scheme I, there is no limitation on access between data transmissions and voice transmissions, i.e., all channels can be accessed by all transmissions. In scheme II, a channel reservation policy is applied, where a number of channels are used exclusively for voice packets while the remaining channels are used for both data packets and voice packets. We call the system using scheme I "Non-reservation system" and call the system using scheme II "Reservation system. " Performance characteristics we obtained include loss probability for voice traffic, average packet delay for data traffic and channel utilization for both traffic. The performance of the schemes and the effects of the design parameters are numerically evaluated and compared to a wide-bandwidth conventional single-channel slotted ALOHA system with single data traffic. The analysis presented in this paper will be not only useful for the performance evaluation and the optimum design of multi-channel multi-traffic systems in wireless environments, but also applicable to evaluate other performance measures in priority networks, cellular mobile radio networks or multi-hop wireless networks.