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Celandroni N., Ferro E., Potort́ F., Maral G. Delay analysis for interlan traffic using two suitable TDMA satellite access schemes. In: International Journal of Satellite Communications, vol. 15 pp. 141 - 153. Wiley, 1997.
 
 
Abstract
(English)
This paper presents Faded Environments Effective Distributed Engineering Redundant Signalling (FEEDERS), an access scheme for sharing, in time division multiple access (TDMA) mode, the capacity of a satellite channel among a number of stations, on the basis of user demand, This scheme and its companion Distributed Allocation with Request In Fixed Slots (DRIFS), result from a study carried out by the authors on distributed-control protocols for geostationary satellite access. Both protocols derive from the Fifo Ordered Demand Assignment/Information Bit Energy Adapter (FODA/IBEA) centralized-control system and have the same features. The distributed technique to compute the capacity allocation adopted by FEEDERS improves some performance in FODA/IBEA, but raises a problem about system stability. Techniques to solve this problem are presented, together with system performance. A comparison is also made with the FODA/IBEA system.
Subject Satellite
TDMA access schemes
Comparison
Bursty traffic
Demand assignment
Simulation
C.2 Computer-Communication Networks


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