The Cooperative Communication Method of the Converged Multi-media Wireless Resource Management Network
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Network Working Group                                             Y. Liu
Internet-Draft                                         Xidian University
Expires: December 14, 2019                                 June 12, 2019

   The Cooperative Communication Method of the Converged Multi-media
                  Wireless Resource Management Network
                           draft-liu-mwrmn-00

Abstract

   This paper describes a cooperative communication method of
   theconverged multi-media wireless resource management network.It can
   maximize the utilization of heterogeneous network resources and
   optimize the access to wireless resources of the network in the form
   of Mesh, which solves the problem of collaborative wireless resource
   management in multi-media converged networks.  Through the overall
   consideration of multi-media converged networks including wired
   network, wireless network, broadband network, and narrowband network,
   joint access control and resource scheduling for network devices with
   different characteristics in heterogeneous networks are realized.

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1.  Introduction

   The rapid development of wireless network technology has not only
   significantly improved network coverage, network capacity,
   transmission rate, and service quality, but also presents the
   development trend of diversification of access modes, higher speed of
   data transmission, universal mobility and full IP integration.  Being
   different from wired communication, wireless transmission media are
   uncertain and susceptible to unpredictable interferences such as
   noise, multipath fading, and shadow effect.  Moreover, the inherent
   mobility of wireless transmission media also does harm to channel
   prediction and channel estimation.  It brings considerable problem,
   which increases the bit error rate of the channel.  In order to
   ensure the availability of wireless communication, the conservative
   design is often performed according to the requirements of the lowest
   channel performance, rather than adaptively adjusting to adapt to the
   communication channel.  It makes the protocol stack unable to
   effectively and reasonably utilize limited power resources and
   spectrum resources.

   However, existing wireless communication methods ignore the
   correlation between the overall requirements of network design and
   the functions of each layer.  Each layer of the protocol stack is
   designed and operated independently, and between layers and layers
   only exist interfaces which are static and independent of the
   limitation and application of each network layers.  This rigorous
   layering design method lacks flexibility, compatibility, and does not
   fit well into the characteristics of today's networks.  In the
   practical network communication process, the information between
   layers is difficult to share, which also adds a large number of
   uncontrollable link overheads, information redundancy, and
   communication overhead between peer layers.

   The cooperative communication method of the converged multi-media
   wireless resource management network described in the proposal can
   easily solve these problems.  It can change the link type and
   facilitate cross-layer design, which not only realizes device
   independence, but also achieves the effect communication between
   high-level applications and underlying channels.
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