Publication detail

A new technique of frequency hopping with collision avoidance

PUST, R. BURDA, K.

Original Title

A new technique of frequency hopping with collision avoidance

English Title

A new technique of frequency hopping with collision avoidance

Type

journal article

Language

en

Original Abstract

This article proposes a new technique of frequency hopping with collision avoidance (FH/CA). Currently there are well-known systems of frequency hopping which adapt their behavior based on previously measured data (such as PER) for individual channels. The FH/CA system adjusts its behavior based on the current occupancy of several test channels. Using a mathematical model, the performance of the newly proposed FH/CA technique is compared with the currently used techniques FH and AFH. Comparison criteria are the probability of a collision between an FH/CA communication system and a static or dynamic jammer (i.e. other FH or AFH systems).

English abstract

This article proposes a new technique of frequency hopping with collision avoidance (FH/CA). Currently there are well-known systems of frequency hopping which adapt their behavior based on previously measured data (such as PER) for individual channels. The FH/CA system adjusts its behavior based on the current occupancy of several test channels. Using a mathematical model, the performance of the newly proposed FH/CA technique is compared with the currently used techniques FH and AFH. Comparison criteria are the probability of a collision between an FH/CA communication system and a static or dynamic jammer (i.e. other FH or AFH systems).

Keywords

frequency hopping, collision avoidance, static jammer, dynamic jammer

RIV year

2010

Released

01.12.2010

Pages from

499

Pages to

506

Pages count

8

BibTex


@article{BUT50531,
  author="Radim {Pust} and Karel {Burda}",
  title="A new technique of frequency hopping with collision avoidance",
  annote="This article proposes a new technique 
of frequency hopping with collision avoidance (FH/CA). Currently there are well-known systems of frequency hopping which adapt their behavior based on previously measured data (such as PER) for individual channels. 
The FH/CA system adjusts its behavior based on the current occupancy of several test channels. 
Using a mathematical model, the performance of the newly proposed FH/CA technique is compared with the currently used techniques FH and AFH. Comparison criteria are 
the probability of a collision between an FH/CA communication system and a static or dynamic jammer 
(i.e. other FH or AFH systems).",
  chapter="50531",
  journal="Radioengineering",
  number="4",
  volume="19",
  year="2010",
  month="december",
  pages="499--506",
  type="journal article"
}