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Performance Evaluation of Wifi-6 with various Modulation and Coding Schemes
  • Ankit Saxena
Ankit Saxena
Medi-Caps University

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For evaluation of the performance of wireless local area networks, the radio characteristics between the access point (AP) and client station (STA) in the same basic service set must be measured (BSS). Many wireless networks coexist and may uncontrollably overlay in a specific hotspot area because of the enormous demand for wireless services in numerous applications. The performance of wireless radio channels is affected because they are subject to interference from surrounding energy, that direct impact on the throughput of both individual users and networks. This problem can be resolved by a new spatial reuse IEEE 11ax feature that performs a clear channel assessment procedure between the access point and client before assigning the channel for traffic, thereby reducing channel collision and facilitating the wireless network’s effective use of radio resources. Additionally, the usage of radio channels would be limited on radio quality, resource availability and the interference of overlaying networks. The work assesses the performance of the spatial reuse feature using a clear channel assessment approach in conjunction with some modulation and coding schemes. After examination, we found that spatial reuse capability improves the channel’s throughput performance by 18% to 20% higher than conventional approaches for the lower Modulation and coding scheme.