E3S Web Conf.
Volume 73, 2018The 3rd International Conference on Energy, Environmental and Information System (ICENIS 2018)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||System Information and Decision Support System|
|Published online||21 December 2018|
The Performance Of Wireless 802.11 B/G For Data Acquisition Utilization
1 Department Of Informatics Engineering, Faculty Of Engineering, Musamus University, Papua - Indonesia
2 Department Of Informatics Engineering, Faculty Of Engineering, Musamus University, Papua - Indonesia
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This study aimed to increase the range of the wireless IEEE 802.11 b/g by adding the antenna gain, testing the performance of access point with router access point mode of the wireless IEEE 802.11 b/g, and comparing the performance of access point with router access point mode of the wireless IEEE 802.11 b/g.This research was conducted in Makassar. The method used was by performing direct performance measurement of end to end node, namely: delay time, throughput and Packet Loss. Wireless access point was placed on the SPN tower (Sekolah Tinggi Kepolisian Negara/College of Police of State) of Batua. Wireless clients were placed at 2.7 km, 5.36 km, 8.81 km and 10.82 km.The results showed that wireless IEEE 802.11 b/g can be used for data communications up to 10.82 km by adding 24 dB of antenna gain. Wireless with access point mode and router access point mode experienced 100% of packet loss with 60000 bytes of window size packets’ delivery and can handle only 1000 bytes of window size packets. The performance of wireless with access point mode was better than wireless with access point router mode, as follows: For access point packet: 0% of lost wireless, 8 ms of delay time, and 1 Mbps of throughput; On the other hand, for router access point packet: 30% of lost wireless, 26 ms of delay time, and 0.31 Mbps of throughput. Wireless 802.11 B/G can be used as data communication decive for cost-effective data acquisition and has not impact to carbon emission
Key words: Performance / Wireless IEEE 802.11 B/G
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