This paper investigates the ability of the DECT system to provide a cellular transmission service for data traffic composed of short messages. At first, the DECT performance is investigated in a single cell environment. Its access mechanism is analyzed in detail, discussing the overhead of the different procedures and measuring their quantitative effects. Then, the performance in the cellular environment specified by the ETSI is considered. The simulation results show a relatively small degradation in throughput, with respect to the single cell case, due to co-channel interference

The Throughput Analysis of the DECT Access for Data Services

BORGONOVO, FLAMINIO;CAPONE, ANTONIO;FRATTA, LUIGI;
1997

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This paper investigates the ability of the DECT system to provide a cellular transmission service for data traffic composed of short messages. At first, the DECT performance is investigated in a single cell environment. Its access mechanism is analyzed in detail, discussing the overhead of the different procedures and measuring their quantitative effects. Then, the performance in the cellular environment specified by the ETSI is considered. The simulation results show a relatively small degradation in throughput, with respect to the single cell case, due to co-channel interference
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CSMA-CD; DECT access; DECT performance; DECT system; cellular environment; multiple access protocol
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