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Analysis of CSMA/CA Mechanism of IEEE 802.15.6 under Non-Saturation Regime

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Analysis of CSMA/CA Mechanism of IEEE 802.15.6 under Non-Saturation Regime

ABSTRACT:

We tend to have developed an analytical model for a non-saturated IEEE 802.15.half-dozen wireless body area network (WBAN) operating under a blunder-prone channel. The most suitable vehicle for improving network performance was found to be the selection of access section lengths based on traffic hundreds for various user priorities (UPs). It absolutely was conjointly found that the deployment of exclusive access phase (EAP) is not necessary in a typical WBAN; after all, short exclusive and random access phases (EAP and RAP, respectively) cause inefficient use of accessible bandwidth. We tend to have conjointly found that four user priorities (out of the eight accessible) typically suffice to attain even the foremost stringent needs for WBAN performance.


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