A PROPOSED SOLUTION TO THE BOTTLENECK AND CAPACITY PROBLEM FOR DATA TRANSFER

Authors

  • Muhammad Abdul Rahman Universitas Indonesia
  • Zareena Hakem Universitas Indonesia,

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51594/estj.v1i2.115

Keywords:

Ring Model, Data Transfer, Bottleneck, Capacity Load.

Abstract

There is increased need for solution to communicate larger data over the PON network. In this study, two problems including bottleneck and the capacity load problem were investigated and based on this, a solution is proposed. For methodology, N number of Nodes is used for ringbased architecture which represent the complete PON system. The nodes are the save points are created for monitoring the nodes and tracking their network faults. The distance from each node is equal and there are N number of checkpoints. The source and receiver node are selected dynamically. A ring-based network model is proposed with the optimized solution, less data loss and higher speed. The proposed work sets a scenario which is based on ring topology with 08 number of nodes with same number of save points. 800 m * 800 m is the dimension of the topography. We found that time it took to transfer a packet is about 1.01 second.  For solving the bottleneck problem, the tree-based network model is used and accordingly, 4 sub-networks are taken in a hierarchal way.  Comparison of results based on packet delivery shows that proposed model has better time factor in terms of sending data compared to the existing system.  

Published

2019-12-29

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