Comparison of SUN and Wi-Fi P2P WSN in M2M Environments

Eui-Suk Oh, Seong-Hee Lee, Seong-Hyeong Lee, Seung-Hoon Hwang
2015 International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks  
In wireless sensor network, two scenarios are combined which involve either short-range or long-range communications. IEEE 802.15.4g and IEEE 802.11 are considered in machine to machine environments, because they can utilize the identical frequency band. The performances of the physical modes of the IEEE 802.15.4g and the IEEE 802.11 standards are presented and are compared in terms of the bit error rate and throughput when additive white Gaussian noise, shadowing, and multipath fading channels
more » ... are assumed. The numerical results show that IEEE 802.11 is more vulnerable than IEEE 802.15.4g in the shadowing channels when compared to the AWGN channel. For the multipath fading channel, IEEE 802.11 performs better than IEEE 802.15.4g. It is necessary that adequate communication is configured depending on the required performance characteristics, / 0 , service coverage, and channel environments.
doi:10.1155/2015/791849 fatcat:wapie55oajepjl2zc5yuoid6nm