Purpose: As for the safety related technologies in the field of construction and site, and in order to implement an optimal communication transmission and reception related environment, an environment which can help prevent a loss of data ought to be structured. Hence, the purpose of this paper is to identify and remove the noise elements which cause the loss of data via empirical experiments, examine the elements which can help improve communication performance within the range of radio regulations, and develop the communication module appropriate for the relevant environment. Method: The validation methodology of this paper is as follows. A comparison validation test of the customized communication environment compared to the existing communication equipment related application environment, a validation test as to whether a loss of data occurs between the AR devices, a correlation validation test between the occurrence of a loss of data due to a noise increase, a validation and development methodology for identifying the correlation between the transmission distance and the amount of data transmission and reception related variation via the validation test for the impact of data transmission are presented. Results: Since the data transmission and reception volume relatively increases in the customized communication related environment compared to the existing communication equipment related application environment for a certain period of time, it is apparent that the data transmission and reception volume between the AR devices is reduced by causing a network delay due to the overload of network equipment. Hence, it is expected that, in order to address such problems, a communication module appropriate for the environment will be developed, and the noise will be reduced via the validation. Conclusion: As it is necessary to derive the customized values for the communication equipment applicable for the construction site through this study, it is necessary to calculate the quantitative values for the improvement of the data transmission and reception volume during the radio wave amplification, and it has also been derived that it is necessary to derive the quantitative values between a loss of data due to the generation of noise. In the future studies, it is considered that a comparative validation test will be needed in an indoor and outdoor test environment in which an interference from the existing communication environment occurs and an anechoic testing environment in which an interference does not occur whatsoever from the existing communication environment.
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