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Research on Self-adjustment Method of Time Domain Signal Conflict in Multi-Robot Communication

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DOI: 10.23977/cii2019.28


Jianzi Jin

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Jianzi Jin


When multiple robots communicate at the same time, a robot accepts instructions from multiple other robots at the same time, which may cause conflicts in time domain command signals, resulting in a low success rate of communication between robots. In order to solve this problem, a self-tuning method for multi-robot communication conflict is proposed. The algorithm fills the idle time slot caused by the departure command by the new arrival command and solves the time domain signal conflict. The next time slot is adjusted in advance by using the piggyback detection technology, and the idle time is reserved to reduce the generation of the idle time slot. It can reduce the idle time slot and solve the problem of low communication success rate. The experimental results show that this method can coordinate the communication relationship well, avoid command conflict and improve the communication success rate of multiple robots when they communicate at the same time.


Multi-Robot Communication, Time Domain Signal Conflict, Conflict Self-Adjustment

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