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Conference Paper: RETRANSMISSION PROTOCOL FOR THE MESSAGE SERVICE OF A LAND MOBILE SATELLITE EXPERIMENT.

TitleRETRANSMISSION PROTOCOL FOR THE MESSAGE SERVICE OF A LAND MOBILE SATELLITE EXPERIMENT.
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Issue Date1985
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Conference Record - International Conference On Communications, 1985, p. 766-770 How to Cite?
AbstractThe authors describe and analyze a retransmission protocol for the data message communications of MSAT-X, a proposed experimental land mobile satellite communication network. An adaptive mobile-access protocol (AMAP) has been developed for MSAT-X under error-free assumptions. In AMAP, the ALOHA multiple-access scheme is used in the reservation channels, while the message channels are demand-assigned. Preliminary propagation studies indicate that the bit error rate of satellite channels in a mobile environment can be as high as 10** minus **3. Therefore, error-control schemes must be developed to ensure reliable transmission of data message from mobiles to the base station. The authors extend AMAP to include a retransmission scheme for single-packet data messages. Since the number of channels available for reservation and data channels is fixed for a given voice call blocking probability and a fixed call arrival rate, the analysis is also applicable to the integrated voice and data services of MSAT-X. Various operational scenarios are investigated.
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dc.contributor.authorYan, TYen_US
dc.contributor.authorLi, VOKen_US
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dc.description.abstractThe authors describe and analyze a retransmission protocol for the data message communications of MSAT-X, a proposed experimental land mobile satellite communication network. An adaptive mobile-access protocol (AMAP) has been developed for MSAT-X under error-free assumptions. In AMAP, the ALOHA multiple-access scheme is used in the reservation channels, while the message channels are demand-assigned. Preliminary propagation studies indicate that the bit error rate of satellite channels in a mobile environment can be as high as 10** minus **3. Therefore, error-control schemes must be developed to ensure reliable transmission of data message from mobiles to the base station. The authors extend AMAP to include a retransmission scheme for single-packet data messages. Since the number of channels available for reservation and data channels is fixed for a given voice call blocking probability and a fixed call arrival rate, the analysis is also applicable to the integrated voice and data services of MSAT-X. Various operational scenarios are investigated.en_US
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dc.titleRETRANSMISSION PROTOCOL FOR THE MESSAGE SERVICE OF A LAND MOBILE SATELLITE EXPERIMENT.en_US
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