Method for Selecting Healthy Nodes in Communication Networks under Background of Multi-Mode Noise
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In the strong interference environment of wireless communication network, the communication nodes are affected by interference and multi-path restriction, which leads to the poor balance of transmission links between nodes, so it is necessary to make healthy selection of communication nodes in wireless communication networks, and improve the accurate transmission and adaptive control ability of network communication. The traditional method of selecting healthy nodes in communication networks adopts the inter-node baud interval balanced scheduling routing and distribution protocol. Because of the random link distribution of forwarding nodes, the anti-interference ability to the nodes communication is not strong. A healthy node selection model for communication networks with multi-mode noise based on fractional interval sampling and load balancing scheduling is proposed. The optimal deployment and location model of healthy nodes in wireless communication network is constructed, and then the optimal array network distribution design of communication nodes is carried out. Based on fractional interval sampling and load balancing scheduling method, an improved healthy node selection model for communication networks under the background of multi-mode noise is implemented. The simulation results show that the optimal deployment and selection of the healthy nodes in the communication network under the background of multi-mode noise can reduce the packet loss rate and delay of the output of the communication signal and reduce the computation overhead. The channel equalization and modulation ability of the network are improved, and the bit error rate of communication output is low.
Wireless communication network, multimode noise background, node, modulation, equalization, communication