Network throughput Optimization for Relay Based NB-CR-IoT Wireless Body Area Network

Network throughput Optimization for Relay Based NB-CR-IoT Wireless Body Area Network

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Volume-70 Issue-9
Year of Publication : 2022
Authors : Srinivasa Rao Patri, L. Nithyanandan
DOI : 10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V70I9P215

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Srinivasa Rao Patri, L. Nithyanandan, "Network throughput Optimization for Relay Based NB-CR-IoT Wireless Body Area Network," International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, vol. 70, no. 9, pp. 148-154, 2022. Crossref,

In day-to-day life, technology plays a significant role in modern evolution. The rise of technology has created new requirements for networks designed to handle the increasing number of smart devices. These new requirements require the adaptation of existing technologies to new realities. The rise of technology has created new requirements for networks designed to handle the increasing number of smart devices. These new requirements require the adaptation of existing technologies to new realities. These are the destiny of modern-day healthcare structures; with each clinical tool related to the internet and monitored by scientific experts’ fitness care will be provided quicker and at a decreased price. As the era progresses, patient vitals are received through sensor gadgets and sent through the internet to IoT packages. For example, of IoTs, the information is forwarded to healthcare specialists and medical professionals who respond to folks who require aid. IoT envelops a wide assortment of remote advances across an exhibit of medical care applications and is expected to grow further, assuming the quantity of IoT gadgets increments network traffic additionally increments as this multitude of gadgets need admittance to the channel that causes network congestion notwithstanding this inquiry there is one more issue where a more prominent number of IoT gadgets need a more noteworthy number of organization assets for example transfer speed transmission power and equipment gear with these disadvantages the organizations throughput is exceptionally low. To overcome the above limitations and to identify the vacant channels in the network, spectrum sensing needs to be done. Spectrum sensing refers to using an energy detector to identify the energy of a channel. It is important to optimize the throughput of the NB-IoT network because IoT devices do not have hardware facilities to perform spectrum sensing techniques for longer durations; This research provides a set of optimal collaborative sensing parameters for a Narrowband Cognitive Radio IoT (NB-CR-IoT) network that maximizes throughput. In this context, the principle of network relay for the NB-CR-IoT Network is proposed in this paper to improve network throughput.

Cognitive Radio (CR), Narrow-Band Internet of Things (NB-IoT), Relay, Spectrum Sensing, Throughput Optimization.

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