2020
Journal article  Open Access

A Statistical Framework for Performance Analysis of Diversity Framed Slotted Aloha With Interference Cancellation

Cassarà P., Gotta A., De Cola T.

Performance evaluation  machine-to-machine (M2M)  Satellite broadcasting  Diversity framed slotted ALOHA(D-FSA)  Packet loss  random access (RA)  satellite communications  interference cancellation (IC)  Integrated circuits  Machine-to-machine communications  Interference cancellation  Electrical and Electronic Engineering  CRDSA  Aerospace Engineering  Random access  maritime SatCom 

As the Internet of Things (IoT)/machine-to-machine market is rapidly growing, a special role is expected to be played by satellite communications in that they offer ubiquitous coverage and therefore enable typical monitoring, telemetry, and control services also in areas with a poor terrestrial infrastructure. In this respect, the case of massive IoT devices deployment calls for random access solutions, which have been long analyzed by the scientific satellite community in the last ten years. This article further elaborates on the relation between the normalized offered load and the achievable performance in terms of packet loss rate, which was not much addressed so far at high loads. The proposed theoretical framework has been validated through extensive simulation campaigns, which show an excellent match at different loads and number of interfering packets configurations, by significantly improving the results achievable through other existing theoretical frameworks.

Source: IEEE transactions on aerospace and electronic systems 56 (2020): 4327–4337. doi:10.1109/TAES.2020.2989068

Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers], [New York,, Stati Uniti d'America



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BibTeX entry
@article{oai:it.cnr:prodotti:444593,
	title = {A Statistical Framework for Performance Analysis of Diversity Framed Slotted Aloha With Interference Cancellation},
	author = {Cassarà P. and Gotta A. and De Cola T.},
	publisher = {Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers], [New York,, Stati Uniti d'America},
	doi = {10.1109/taes.2020.2989068},
	journal = {IEEE transactions on aerospace and electronic systems},
	volume = {56},
	pages = {4327–4337},
	year = {2020}
}