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Achieving QoS for TCP Traffic in Satellite Networks with Differentiated Services

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Achieving QoS for TCP Traffic in Satellite Networks with Differentiated Services
Satellite networks play an indispensable role in providing global Internet access and electronic connectivity. To achieve such a global communications, provisioning of quality of service (QoS) within the advanced satellite systems is the main requirement. One of the key mechanisms of implementing the quality of service is traffic management. Traffic management becomes a crucial factor in the case of satellite network because of the limited availability of their resources. Currently, Internet Protocol (IP) only has minimal traffic management capabilities and provides best effort services. In this paper, we present broadband satellite network QoS model and simulated performance results. In particular, we discuss the TCP flow aggregates performance for their good behavior in the presence of competing UDP flow aggregates in the same assured forwarding. We identify several factors that affect the performance in the mixed environments and quantify their effects using a full factorial design ...
Arjan Durresi, Sastri Kota, Mukul Goyal, Raj Jain,
Added 28 Jan 2009
Updated 29 Jan 2009
Type Journal
Year 2001
Where Space Communications
Authors Arjan Durresi, Sastri Kota, Mukul Goyal, Raj Jain, Venkata Bharani
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