International Society of Science and Applied Technologies 

Cost and Signal Loss Design of Twoway Linear Multistate Continuous Connection System  
Author  Kaiye Gao


CoAuthor(s)  Yue Ren; Rui Peng


Abstract  This article first proposes a model to evaluate the expected signal quantity that can be received by twoway LMCCSs when the received signal quantity of the CEs is limited and the signal in the transmission process is lost. In the process of signal transmission, CE on the same node will receive signals from different directions, and there will be a limit when CEs receives signals from different directions. This article reasonably allocates the loss value of signals received in different directions in this case. Secondly, UGF method is used to evaluate the expected signal quantity that can be received by twoway LMCCS. The order of solution is to calculate the UGF of each node and subsystem, and then calculate the UGF of the whole twoway LMCCSs, so as to evaluate the expected signal quantity of the system and the finite degree of CE signal is considered in the process of establishing the model. In addition, this article also studied the CEs allocation problem to minimize the cost under the condition of meeting system reliability and expected receivable signal fraction. Finally, this article gives two examples to illustrate the proposed model, analyzes the twoway LMCCS in the case of odd and even nodes, and obtains the most economical allocation.


Keywords  twoway linear multistate continuous connection systems (twoway LMCCSs), signal loss, cost, reliability, universal generating function (UGF)  
Article #: RQD27121 
Proceedings of 27th ISSAT International Conference on Reliability & Quality in Design 