Modeling Nakagami Fading channel in Underwater wireless sensor network using Stochastic Network Calculus

2019 International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology  
Underwater acoustic communication is growing famously day to day because of its important in many applications like offshore search, underwater search. In UWNS while signal is transmitting source to destination the signals are suspected by fading and noise. The QoS guarantees like small backlog, low packet delay are need to be in good condition for Real-time applications. Important role of this designing is Performance evaluation. Analytical models constructed by using (a) queuing theory, (b)
more » ... euing theory, (b) effective bandwidth, and (c) deterministic network calculus. These were not adequate to sustain and assess the present packet switched networks. Stochastic Network Calculus is the solution for these issues. The SNC tool can be used to model and network performance assessment, especially for UWSN. In this paper, we have developed an underwater acoustic channel that is subjected to Nakagami fading channel based on SNC to arrive at Stochastic Arrival Curve and Stochastic Service Curve. Backlog bound and delay bounds stochastic performance are derived by using this model.
doi:10.35940/ijeat.d6419.109119 fatcat:cwkylspxijf7hf5pkkrajtlsom