International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Review Papers | Electronics & Communication Engineering | India | Volume 4 Issue 7, July 2015

A Review on Techniques for Establishing Coexistence between WiFi and Zigbee

Garima Khanna [3] | Gaurav Gupta [4]

Abstract: The ISM spectrum is becoming increasingly populated by emerging wireless networks. Spectrum sharing among the same network of devices can be arbitrated by MAC protocols (e. g. , CSMA), but the coexistence between heterogeneous networks remains a challenge. The disparate power levels, asynchronous time slots, and incompatible PHY layers of heterogeneous networks severely degrade the effectiveness of traditional MAC. CBT allows a separate ZigBee node to schedule a busy tone concurrently with the desired transmission, thereby improving the visibility of ZigBee devices to WiFi. Its core components include a frequency flip scheme that prevents the mutual interference between cooperative ZigBee nodes, and a busy tone scheduler that minimizes the interference to WiFi, for both CSMA and TDMA packets. To optimize CBT, we establish an analytical framework that relates its key design parameters to performance and cost. Both the analytical and detailed simulation results demonstrate CBTs significant throughput improvement over the legacy ZigBee protocol, with negligible performance loss to WiFi. The results are validated further by implementing CBT on sensor motes and software radios.

Keywords: 80211 Interference Mitigation, 802154, Wireless Measurement Study, Error Correction, coexistence

Edition: Volume 4 Issue 7, July 2015,

Pages: 1318 - 1320

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