PROJECT TITLE :
Retransmission Spurts of Deferred NAK ARQ in Fountain Coding Aided CCSDS File-Delivery Protocol
We have a tendency to propose a fountain coding aided CCSDS file-delivery protocol (FCFDP) and analyze its deferred negative acknowledgment (NAK) automatic repeat-request (ARQ) scheme. For ideal fountain codes, an expression for the expected number of retransmission spurts in the FCFDP springs. The analytical and simulation results show that the expected range of retransmission spurts decreases with the increase of redundant packets. If there are sufficient redundant packets, the expected range of retransmission spurts is shut to zero. Therefore, the delays introduced by propagation in deep area communications are dramatically reduced.
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