I would greatly appreciate help with the following.
Tx/Rx Scheme 1 Scheme 2 Scheme 3 Scenario 1 21374/2510 16345/1596 22582/3204 Scenario 2 19075/436 16579/38 17058/11 Scenario 3 21620/948 17735/175 16459/286
After conducting simulations over 3 scenarios for 3 schemes I get the following table of results showing the number of control messages that need to be transmitted (denoted as tx) vs those data messages that were received (rx).
I need a way of representing the normalized “load” i.e. how many control messages that need to be transmitted in order to successfully receive a data packet per scheme.
At the moment I’m just getting the ratio i.e. for scheme 3, scenario 2 it’s ~1550 and for scheme1 also for scenario 2 it’s ~44. The thing is in terms of the actual number of control messages sent, they’re not too dissimilar, the issue is that very few data messages are received.
My question is whether I am normalizing this correctly?
Thanks in advance.