Wireless medium access control in networked control systems

2020-04-03 05:14

Request PDF on ResearchGate Protocol sequence based wireless media access control in networked control systems In some realtime networked controlaccess to the shared medium to accomplish different control tasks. In the paper, a protocol sequence based media access control (MAC) design is presented for networked control systems (NCSs). It is challenging to design an optimal or suboptimal controller since the sensor packets and control packets could be lost in unreliable wireless networks. wireless medium access control in networked control systems

CiteSeerX Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Abstract We present a framework to study the performance of networked control systems where the feedback control loops are closed over a shared wireless network. In particular, we study the effects of the wireless network medium access control (MAC) protocols on the performance of the networked control systems.

In the second part, we discuss how medium access control protocols coordinate the access to the communication channel so that information gets through from a source to a destination in the same broadcast local area network. We further discuss local area network and wireless LAN. Wireless Medium Access Control in Networked Control Systems Xiangheng Liu and Andrea Goldsmith Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA Email: AbstractWe present a framework to study the performance of networked control systems where the feedbackwireless medium access control in networked control systems We present a framework to study the performance of networked control systems where the feedback control loops are closed over a shared wireless network. In particular, we study the effects of the wireless network medium access control (MAC) protocols on the performance of the networked control systems. We consider a joint performance index of all the systems sharing the wireless

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