Date of Award

Spring 1991

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science in Electrical Engineering - (M.S.)

Department

Electrical and Computer Engineering

First Advisor

Irving Y. Wang

Second Advisor

Edwin Hou

Third Advisor

MengChu Zhou

Abstract

A simulation model of integrated voice and data is developed. The data packets are transmitted during voice inactivity (i.e. silence duration). A statistical model of voice (talkspurt) and silence duration is generated. inter-arrival time between data packets is modeled using geometrical distribution. The data traffic statistics is simulated for a given voice activity model and various data packet arrival rates. Four important results are obtained by performing this simulation: 1. Average data packet delay versus arrival rate. 2. The optimal ratio of data packet arrival rate to average data packet delay. 3. Probability of wait time for various data packet arrival rates. 4. Probability of zero waiting time versus arrival rate. These results can be utilized to optimaUy select the data traffic intensity. Several plots have been generated to provide more insight of the voice and data integration.

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