Transitive Grouping Based IEEE 802.11AH Protocol for Registration and Data Transmission in Internet of Things

  • `NWOGU, Uchenna Obioma, ANI, Cosmas Ikechukwu

Abstract

Internet of thing (IoT) have improved the lives of humans over these years. There has been an increasing interest of IoT, M2M communication, multi-access wireless schemes, and wireless sensor applications and thus, IEEE 802.11 was amended to IEEE 802.11ah standard which makes use of RAW to reduce contention among the various stations in these networks. The performance of RAW on multi-access wireless network was analyzed by adopting a hybrid system (CSMA-TDMA Environment) that makes use of grouped wireless nodes or stations (IoT devices etc). We identified the problems associated with the increasing growth of subscribers or IoT stations in the adopted architecture. These problems are evaluated through analytical models and optimization algorithms (techniques) and finally, the proposed model is appraised by simulation against the following metrics or problems prevalent in an IoT or WCDMA environment like; congestion at peak time (network delay and registration time delay), resource wastages (channel utilization percentage), throughput and successful transmission probability..

Published
2020-06-04
How to Cite
`NWOGU, Uchenna Obioma, ANI, Cosmas Ikechukwu. (2020). Transitive Grouping Based IEEE 802.11AH Protocol for Registration and Data Transmission in Internet of Things. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(9s), 7407-7418. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/24493