THE CLUSTER HEAD SELECTION ALGORITHM IN THE 3D USN
P.A. Abakumov, The Bonch-Bruevich Saint Petersburg State University of Telecommunications, post-graduate; firstname.lastname@example.org
The self-organizing networks widely using is the important direction of the networks development today and in the nearest future. The Ubiquitous Sensor Networks (USN) is the one of the self-organizing networks base technologies. There are many cluster head selection algorithm for USN due to an almost unlimited number of USN applications. These head selection algorithms developed for planes (sensor field). Practically cluster head selection algorithms for 3D space for conditions for placing sensor nodes for 3D space do not exist. The new cluster head selection Maximum Coverage Algorithm (MCA) for 3D space is proposed in the paper, and it efficiency proved in the
comparison with the existing basic algorithm (LEACH).
Key words: USN, Clustering, Algorithms, Coverage, 3D space.
FEATURES OF AUTOMATED SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AT 27th SUMMER UNIVERSITY GAMES IN KAZAN
D.A. Аlekseev, «IRCOS» JSC, engineer; email@example.com
A.V. Ashikhmin, «IRCOS» JSC, chief engineer, Dr.Sci.(Tech.); firstname.lastname@example.org
S.G. Kobelev, FSUE «RFC PFA», general director, Ph.D.; email@example.com
V.A. Kozmin, «IRCOS» JSC, director for scientific works, docent, Ph.D.; firstname.lastname@example.org
A.M. Rembovsky, «IRCOS» JSC, general director, Dr.Sci.(Tech.); email@example.com
D.S. Sysoev, «IRCOS» JSC, engineer, graduate; firstname.lastname@example.org
L.S. Tsarev, FSUE «RFC PFA» in Republic of Tatarstan, director of the filial branch, Ph.D.; email@example.com
The article describes the features of an Automated Spectrum Management System for managing the radio frequency spectrum during major event. The System provides requests to use of electronic equipment management, electronic equipment testing and labelling with further real-time control, detection and localization of radio sources, staff and radio control equipment management. The article contains description of the basic components of the System such as the radio control equipment, server and client software, engineering and technical infrastructure. Shown the experience and results of the System application during the 27th Summer Universiade in Kazan in 2013.
Key words: radiomonitoring, automated system, spectrum management, major event, application service, interference investigation, direction finding, locating radio sources, equipment testing, labelling, radio control equipment, software, service radio, Universiade.
THE FEATURES AND OPERATION OF THE BIO-INSPIRED ALGORITHMS FOR AD HOC WIRELESS NETWORKS
P.N. Boronin, The Bonch-Bruevich Saint Petersburg State University of Telecommunications, post-graduate; firstname.lastname@example.org
The routing and cluster head selection algorithms development for ad-hoc wireless networks is the one of the important problems today. The biologically inspired routing and cluster head selection algorithms development is the new investigation area. The existing bio-inspired algorithms for ad-hoc wireless networks such as ant colonies and bee colonies algorithms are analyzed in the paper. The so-called “Lévy flights” bio-inspired algorithms are proposed for using in the ad-hoc wireless networks.
Key words: Ad-Hoc wireless networks, bio-inspired algorithms, ant colonies, bee colonies, Levy flights.
EXPERIENCE OF COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN DCM COMMUNICATION TOOLS AND SYSTEMS
O.E. Kildisheva, Joint-Stock Company RUSSIAN INSNITUTE FOR POWER RADIOBUILDING, general director, associate professor, Ph.D.; email@example.com
S.A. Lobov, Joint-Stock Company RUSSIAN INSNITUTE FOR POWER RADIOBUILDING, deputy general director , associate professor, Dr.Sci.(Tech.); firstname.lastname@example.org
V.P. Chemirenko, Joint-Stock Company RUSSIAN INSNITUTE FOR POWER RADIOBUILDING, leading researcher, professor, Dr.Sci. (Military).
On the basis of the methodology of comparative assessment of the level of development of communication equipment comparison of domestic and foreign models of adaptive systems DCM cooperation in the key performance indicators.
Key words: communication equipment, a comparative evaluation, performance indicators, the technical level of the sample.
THE INTERNET OF NANOTHINGS AND NANONETWOKS
Y.A. Koucheryavy, Tampere University of Technologies (Finland), professor, Ph.D.; email@example.com
S.Balasubramaniam, Tampere University of Technologies (Finland), leading researcher, Ph.D.; firstname.lastname@example.org
The concept of Internet of Things is becoming is one of the key paradigm of the Future Internet is becoming reality through first yet fragmental implementations in the area of sensor applications. The recent developments in nano-level research agenda stimulate visionary applications where communications between nano-scale objects or so-called machines is a key feature. The nano-scale machines shall be able to organize a communication network and deliver information from sender to receiver. It is deemed that nano-scale communications can be based on electromagnetic or biological means. This paper presents the results of studies on communication opportunities for bacterial nano networks.
Key words: Internet of Nanothings, nanonetworks, bacterial nanonetworks.
NEW PROBLEMS FOR TRAFFIC SERVICE IN EMERGENCIES
A.K. Levakov, Telecommunication networks maintenance in branch of Roctelecom «Center», director , Ph.D.; email@example.com
The article discusses the three perspective objectives to improve traffic service in emergencies. Firstly, information feedback between participants of traffic handling is need. Secondly, knowledge base for the generalization of accumulated experience should be created. Thirdly, it seems appropriate to make active use of cognitive technologies for efficient resource management of the telecommunication network.
Key words: emergency, quality of service, feedback, knowledge base, cognitive technologie.
KEY FORMATION OF A HARMONIC SIGNAL
V.L. Muravchenko, Research centre telecommunication technology and exploring the Navy, senior scientific employee, Dr.Sci.(Tech.); firstname.lastname@example.org
A.N. Balakhonov, Research centre telecommunication technology and exploring the Navy. scientific employee; email@example.com
Considered by the work of a key generator of harmonic signals simulating the operation of the amplifier using the gain in the class «A». Shown the essential decrease in the levels of the even orders are harmonics in comparison with formers of working in push-pull mode of amplification. Key words: key shaper, higher harmonics, signal amplifier.
THE TRAFFIC FLOW MODELS FOR M2M NETWORKS
A.I. Paramonov, The Bonch-Bruevich Saint Petersburg State University of Telecommunications, docent, Ph.D.; firstname.lastname@example.org
The M2M network is one of the most important technologies for networks development today. The M2M network is the part of the modern heterogeneous networks. The M2M traffic can impact to the traditional service QoS parameters in the heterogeneous networks. So, the M2M traffic models should be studied well. The M2M traffic volume forecast up to 2016 for Russian Federation is developed in the paper. The M2M traffic classification and flow models are proposed. The anti-persistent and pseudo deterministic features of the M2M traffic flow are proved for different M2M applications.
Key words: M2M traffic, self-similar traffic, anti-persistent traffic, pseudo deterministic traffic.
CHANNEL CAPACITY BOUNDARIES FOR FADING CHANNELS
L.N. Protopopov, Joint-Stock Company Russian Insnitute for Power Radiobuildin, leading researcher, Dr.Sci.(Tech.); email@example.com
This article deals with the way to establish channel capacity boundaries for fading channels in terms of the evaluation of some of the random process parameters that correspond to the instantaneous values of the signal envelope.
Key words: channel capacity, channel capacity boundaries, communications channel, mathematical model for communications channel.
THE PROBLEMS OF ENSURING QUALITY OF SERVICE IN MODERN COMMUNICATION NETWORKS
О.А. Simonina, The Bonch-Bruevich Saint Petersburg State University of Telecommunications, docent, Ph.D.; firstname.lastname@example.org
In article the main reasons for need of changes in traditional approaches to ensuring quality of services in modern communication networks are defined. Basic scenarios of realization of services and key mechanisms of development of measures and mechanisms of ensuring quality are offered.
Key words: multimedia Quality of Service, Multiservice Communication Network.