DynaMO: dynamically tuning DSME networks
Ref: CISTER-TR-200113 Publication Date: Dec 2019
DynaMO: dynamically tuning DSME networksRef: CISTER-TR-200113 Publication Date: Dec 2019
Deterministic Synchronous Multichannel Extension (DSME) is a prominent MAC behavior first introduced in IEEE 802.15.4e supporting deterministic guarantees using its multisuperframe structure. DSME also facilitates techniques like multi-channel and Contention Access Period (CAP) reduction to increase the number of available guaranteed timeslots in a network. However, any tuning of these functionalities in dynamic scenarios is not explored in the standard. In this paper, we present a multisuperframe tuning technique called DynaMO which tunes the CAP reduction and Multisuperframe Order in an effective manner to improve flexibility and scalability, while guaranteeing bounded delay. We also provide simulations to prove that DynaMO with its dynamic tuning feature can offer up to 15--30% reduction in terms of latency in a large DSME network.
Published in ACM Sigbed Review, ACM, Volume 16, Issue 4, pp 8-13.
Notes: Special Issue on International Workshop on Real-Time Networks (RTN 19).
Record Date: 14, Jan, 2020