Simulative comparison of parallel redundant wireless systems with OMNet++
Electronics & Communications Engineering Department
Parallel redundant point-to-point transmission utilizing a dual-radio wireless infrastructure has been identified as a powerful approach to improve the performance of wireless communication. This method can be applied for every existing wireless standard, but has not been deeply researched so far. To fill this gap, an OMNet++ simulation model for IEEE 802.11g (Wi-Fi) and IEEE 802.15.4 (ZigBee) is developed and some simulation scenarios performed to get a better understanding of the comparative performance characteristics of parallel redundant operation for these wireless standards. © 2014 IEEE.
IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics
Diversity, Parallel Redundancy, Wi-Fi, ZigBee
Amer, H. H.
(2014).Simulative comparison of parallel redundant wireless systems with OMNet++. IEEE. , 1135-1140
Rentschler, Markus, et al.
Simulative comparison of parallel redundant wireless systems with OMNet++. IEEE, 2014.pp. 1135-1140