Category Archive: 'Opnet B.Tech Projects'

Link adaptation strategy for healthcare application on IEEE 802.15.4 WPANs

The signaling of the healthcare applications needs the error performance and the multiple data rate for different target rates of various bio-signals. In this paper, we propose a link adaptation strategy on the multi-rate modulation set for IEEE 802.15.4 wireless personal area networks (WPANs). The protocol stack made by the network simulator OPNET is used to verify […]

Energy efficient contention window adaptation algorithm for IEEE 802.11 WLAN

This paper introduces a new contention window (CW) adaptation algorithm to reduce the collision level in an IEEE802.11 based network with the main objective of maximizing energy efficiency while maintaining required Quality of Service (QoS) performance. The main concept of the proposed algorithm is to dynamically adjust the contention window size according to the network […]

Ethernet-based avionic databus and time-space partition switch design

Avionic databuses fulfill a critical function in the connection and communication of aircraft components and functions such as flight-control, navigation, and monitoring. Ethernet-based avionic databuses have become the mainstream for large aircraft owning to their advantages of full-duplex communication with high bandwidth, low latency, low packet-loss, and low cost. As a new generation aviation network […]

A cluster based routing approach in LTE ad-hoc networks

In this work, a new routing algorithm which allows smart terminals to join the ad-hoc network at random times in order to carry out data transmission using Long Term Evolution (LTE) infra-structure has been developed and simulated by using OPNET Modeler. The routing scheme has been realized by clustering the terminals according to some predefined physical layer […]

Modelling delay propagation within a train communication network

Industrial Ethernet has been widely used in Modern HighSpeed Train Communication Networks (HSTCN). The reliability of HSTCN influences train safety. And time-oriented reliability is an important part of the HSTCN reliability. In the situation of node dependency, it is a difficult problem to analyze delay propagation for HSTCN. In order to solve the problem, we […]

User-specific QoS aware scheduling and implementation in wireless systems

In this paper, we explore user-specific QoS requirements and associated schedulers that are very critical in optimizing the spectral allocation for wireless systems. Two user-specific QoS aware schedulers are proposed that considers the user-specific QoS requirements in the allocation of resources. Depending upon whether improving the MOS (Mean Opinion Score) or both the system capacity […]

Energy-Efficient Scheduling Mechanism for Indoor Wireless Sensor Networks

Energy efficiency is one of the most critical issues in wireless sensor networks, since the sensor nodes are usually battery powered. These energy-constrained sensor nodes are usually densely distributed in indoor environments, which leads to spatially correlated sensor data and low network efficiency. Thus, one way to improve energy efficiency is to reduce the redundancy […]

Multi-devices composition and maintenance mechanism in mobile social network

In mobile social network, it is a critical challenge to select an optimal set of devices to supply high quality service constantly under dynamic network topology and the limit of device capacity in mobile ad-hoc network (MANET). In this paper, a multi-devices composition and maintenance problem is proposed with ubiquitous service model and network model. […]

Impacts of sub hub on connectivity of IEEE 802.15.4 in healthcare environments

In this paper, we consider IEEE 802.15.4 based wireless body area sensor networks(WBASN) in the healthcare environment. Connectivity is a critical constraint in the healthcare environment. In particular, disconnection from a sensor hub is a significant problem that leads to sensor node orphaning. To address this, we propose to use a sub hub designed to […]

Routing-Aware Design of Indoor Wireless Sensor Networks Using an Interactive Tool

In this paper, we present an interactive design tool that can assist rapid prototyping and deployment of wireless sensor networks for building automation systems. We argue that it is possible to design networks that are more resilient to failures and have longer lifetime if the behavior of routing algorithms (RAs) is taken into account at […]