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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

Multi-hop relay networks are expected to extend the coverage area and to reduce the deployment cost by the deployment of relay stations in mobile wireless communication systems. Suitable deployment for the relay stations is one of the most important features for the demand nodes to obtain a high data transmission rate in such systems. To make a trade-off among the network throughput, the deployment budget, and the overall coverage of the systems, efficient relay station deployment schemes and their corresponding algorithms must be designed. In this paper, a novel multi-round voting algorithm is proposed to select appropriate deployment locations for the relay stations from the candidate positions. We account for the data transmission distances of the demand nodes and adopt the voting concepts to deal with the relay station deployment problem. The main goal of this scheme is to eliminate unsuitable candidate positions of the relay stations for each voting round. The voting process is repeated until the deployment budget is satisfied. When the voting process is completed, the residual candidate positions are suitable deployment locations for the relay stations. On the basis of the different candidate positions, the proposed scheme makes an adaptive decision for selecting the deployment sites of the relay stations. A better network throughput and coverage ratio can be obtained by balancing the network load. Simulation results indicate that our proposed deployment scheme provides a favorable performance for the network throughput and coverage ratio. Additionally, an appropriate deployment budget can be utilized in multi-hop relay network systems .

Keywords :

: Wireless Communication and Mobile Computing . Coverage, deployment, multi-hop relay network, relay station, throughput.

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