Publication detail

A Time Quanta Bit coding method

ŠULC, V. KUCHTA, R. KADLEC, J. KUCHTOVÁ, Z.

Original Title

A Time Quanta Bit coding method

English Title

A Time Quanta Bit coding method

Type

journal article in Scopus

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper discusses a new method of coding and/or decoding data for wireless transmission, particularly for radio transmitted data, and examines the equipment needed for the actual implementation of the technique. The authors describe in detail the principle of the proposed approach, including possible benefits of its implementation in wireless sensor networks, and compare the given concept with the most widely used Manchester coding method. When implemented, the Time Quanta Bit coding method increases the communication range and shortens the necessary transmission time, which, in the case of battery-operated devices as a typical representative of the wireless sensor node, allows for longer operation time. The described technique can significantly improve the quality of wireless communication in small wireless sensor networks where the communication is based on infrequent small packet transfers; such target applications then include, for example, home and office automation wireless sensor networks, safety systems, street lighting, industrial manufacturing and management, and telemetry.

English abstract

This paper discusses a new method of coding and/or decoding data for wireless transmission, particularly for radio transmitted data, and examines the equipment needed for the actual implementation of the technique. The authors describe in detail the principle of the proposed approach, including possible benefits of its implementation in wireless sensor networks, and compare the given concept with the most widely used Manchester coding method. When implemented, the Time Quanta Bit coding method increases the communication range and shortens the necessary transmission time, which, in the case of battery-operated devices as a typical representative of the wireless sensor node, allows for longer operation time. The described technique can significantly improve the quality of wireless communication in small wireless sensor networks where the communication is based on infrequent small packet transfers; such target applications then include, for example, home and office automation wireless sensor networks, safety systems, street lighting, industrial manufacturing and management, and telemetry.

Keywords

Wireless communication;Bit-coding;Wireless network coding;RF transmission channel;RF physical layer

Released

21.08.2018

Publisher

Springer US

Location

Wireless Networks

Pages from

1

Pages to

8

Pages count

8

URL

BibTex


@article{BUT149398,
  author="Vladimír {Šulc} and Radek {Kuchta} and Jaroslav {Kadlec} and Zdeňka {Kuchtová}",
  title="A Time Quanta Bit coding method",
  annote="This paper discusses a new method of coding and/or decoding data for wireless transmission, particularly for radio transmitted data, and examines the equipment needed for the actual implementation of the technique. The authors describe in detail the principle of the proposed approach, including possible benefits of its implementation in wireless sensor networks, and compare the given concept with the most widely used Manchester coding method. When implemented, the Time Quanta Bit coding method increases the communication range and shortens the necessary transmission time, which, in the case of battery-operated devices as a typical representative of the wireless sensor node, allows for longer operation time. The described technique can significantly improve the quality of wireless communication in small wireless sensor networks where the communication is based on infrequent small packet transfers; such target applications then include, for example, home and office automation wireless sensor networks, safety systems, street lighting, industrial manufacturing and management, and telemetry.",
  address="Springer US",
  chapter="149398",
  doi="10.1007/s11276-018-1814-0",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Springer US",
  number="11276",
  volume="2018",
  year="2018",
  month="august",
  pages="1--8",
  publisher="Springer US",
  type="journal article in Scopus"
}