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학술대회 Improved Cycle Time Synchronization Method for Isochronous Data Transfer on Wireless 1394 Network
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저자
박성희, 장일순, 이성희, 최상성, 조경록, 이제훈
발행일
200809
출처
International Conference on Ultra-Wideband (ICUWB) 2008, pp.113-116
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ICUWB.2008.4653429
협약과제
08MC2200, 초고속 멀티미디어 전송 UWB 솔루션 개발, 최상성
초록
This paper presents the cycle time synchronization to transmit isochronous multimedia data by real time in wireless 1394 network. Wireless 1394 should synchronize the cycle time of a coordinator and those of slaves. In wireless 1394 system, the cycle time of a coordinator is transferred via beacons to slaves periodically. Beacons include cycle time information of a coordinator. This paper proposes a new cycle time synchronization method requiring only one beacon, not consecutive beacons in wireless 1394 network. In a conventional system, all slaves need to receive at least two consecutive beacons from the coordinator. However, it was hard to receive two consecutive beacons every time due to the noise in a wireless channel. Whenever all slaves receive a beacon, they save their beacon number and cycle time in the registers. They can get the time drift from the saved cycle time information of a previous beacon and the cycle time information of a current beacon. As experimental results, the proposed cycle time synchronization scheme achieves 82% performance improvement over the conventional cycle time synchronization method. This will contribute to transfer isochronous multimedia data using a UWB wireless channel. It successfully transfers this stream to the HDTV using two different wireless 1394 systems. ©2008 IEEE.
키워드
Cycle time synchronization, Home-networking, IEEE 1394, Wireless 1394
KSP 제안 키워드
Conventional System, Cycle Time, Data transfer, IEEE 1394, Multimedia data, Real-Time, Synchronization scheme, Time information, Time synchronization, performance improvement, synchronization method