Investigating the Analysis of Power Saving Mode in IEEE 802.11 for Wi-Fi Communication

Abstract

One of the major global issues today is energy consumption. Consequently, power management was introduced in various communication technologies. For IEEE 802.11wireless communication, there is a Power Saving Mode scheme (PSM) for increase the battery life of cell phone. In this PSM, there are two key parameters: beacon period interval (BI) and listen interval(LI). In most work these values are chosen arbitrary. Here, a scheme to determine the optimal BI and LI for accomplishing the most astounding conceivable vitality proficiency is introduced. This is implemented with the application of a numerical sample to the standard IEEE 802.11 PSM and Access Point-PSM (AP-PSM) schemes. To ensure the quality of network performance analysis on the normal and change of parcel delays is doing. The well-known queuing (M/G/I) model with bulk services are utilized. After the implementation of the proposed analysis, “maximum rest plan time ratio optimal Sleep Scheme (OSS)” which is when participate stations stay in the doze mode it can be determined. In this research shows that the optimal BI and LI produce optimal OSS time ratio scheme also achieved optimal average and variance of packet delay.