Recently, many researches focusing on peer-triggered asynchronous protocols have been developed and enhanced since receiver-initiated MAC was designed. Because this approach has fundamental advantage of energy efficiency in high contention environment, the standard amendment document of IEEE 802.15.4e employed this as a new key feature named of Receiver-Initiated Transmission (RIT) operation, as one of non-beacon operations. This new feature of the above standard technology can help to reduce the energy consumption for idle listening from sending device by cutting off the preamble sampling which was necessarily required on LPL-based asynchronous protocol, hence it can mitigate contentions derived from preamble sampling process of sending device on high traffic environment. Even though many researches have tried to analyze the performance evaluation of traditional features on IEEE 802.15.4, this emerging RIT operation has not been analyzed until now. Now we proposed an analytic model based on combining Markov model and Poisson process, and analyze the results with experiment.
Wireless Personal Communications – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 16, 2017
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