Integration of OFDM Based Communication System with Alpha-Stable Interference using CupCarbon Simulator

Abstract : Deploying sensor networks in an efficient and optimal way has become an important topic these days. A sensor network is basically an infrastructure which consists on number of nodes equipped with a sensor, a controller and a communication module. Interference from the neighboring nodes makes it difficult for a communication system to achieve the required throughput and also makes it difficult to predict the network behavior. CupCarbon is a wireless sensor network (WSN) simulator, recently developed by researchers of Lab STICC, for a better analysis and understanding of WSN. In this paper, we present an optimal way to integrate a PHY layer based on Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) in the simulator and we have also considered the network interference impact in wireless communication. For a flexible and accurate representation, interference is modeled by alpha-stable distribution function. This allows the better estimation of channel conditions to take into account the channel conditions and the density of interferers in a network.
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International Conference on Internet of Things and Cloud Computing, Mar 2016, Cambridge, United Kingdom. ICC, 2016, International Conference on Internet of Things and Cloud Computing. 〈10.1145/2896387.2900321〉
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Umber Noreen, Ahcène Bounceur, Laurent Clavier. Integration of OFDM Based Communication System with Alpha-Stable Interference using CupCarbon Simulator. International Conference on Internet of Things and Cloud Computing, Mar 2016, Cambridge, United Kingdom. ICC, 2016, International Conference on Internet of Things and Cloud Computing. 〈10.1145/2896387.2900321〉. 〈hal-01294140〉

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