Using CSI In Multiple Access Channels By Exploiting Packet Dropping And Transmitter Buffering

Author(s):  R.Priya, S.Gowri, N.Venkatesan

Abstract:   Wireless Adhoc Network is a temporary network that consists of individual devices which can communicate with each other without any help from infrastructure. Nodes in the network can communicate by using multi hop transmission. This work focuses on modeling and analyzing the effects of packet buffering capabilities of the transmitter on the system energy for a packet loss tolerant application. We discuss low complexity schemes which show comparable performance to the proposed scheme. And also improve the performance of network life time, and reduce the packet loss.Using CSI techniques improve the channel allocation and a scheduling scheme which takes into ACD account channel distribution, packet loss characteristics and maximum delay limitations for a packet.