Maximum achievable throughput and interference mitigation for SUN in coexistence with WLAN
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An optimum packet length selection scheme to maximize the throughput of a smart utility network (SUN) is introduced under wireless local area network (WLAN) interference system. The traditional and the investigated segmented packet collision models (PCM) are compared in terms of packet error rate (PER) and maximum achievable throughput. Furthermore, we quantify the impact of minimum mean square error (MMSE) interference mitigation for the SUN in the coexistence of WLAN interfering packets over multipath Rayleigh fading channel. The effect of the distance between the WLAN transmitter and the SUN receiver on the probability of error is also investigated.
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