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Journal: International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology (IJESRT) (Vol.7, No. 5)

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Page : 289-297

Keywords : Internet of Things (IoT); Ultra Narrowband (UNB); Pure ALOHA; Slotted ALOHA; Throughput; Bandwidth Efficiency; Bit Error Rate (BER).;

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With the emergence of IoT based applications in industries and automation, protocols for effective data transfer was the foremost need. The natural choice was a random access protocol like ALOHA which could be incorporated in the ultra narrowband ISM band framework because of its simplicity and lack of overhead. Pure ALOHA faced the limitation of greater rate of collisions among the packets of data and also there was higher level of frame delays. Slotted ALOHA overcame these limitations to some extent in which the transfer of data takes place after channel polling. Though the drawbacks of PURE ALOHA are somewhat resolved in Slotted ALOHA, still some redundant transmissions and delay of frames exist. The present proposed work puts forth an efficient mechanism for Slotted ALOHA which implements polling of channel that is non persistent in nature to reduce the probability of collisions considerably. Further it presents a channel sensing methodology also for prevention of burst errors. Interleaving serves to be useful in case of burst errors and helps in preserving useful information. The survey should pave the path for IoT based applications working on an ultra narrowband architecture.

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