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Perceptive admission control for wireless network quality of service

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Perceptive admission control for wireless network quality of service
As wireless networks become more widely used, there is a growing need to support advanced services, such as multimedia streaming and voice over IP. Traditional approaches to guarantee quality of service (QoS) work well only with predictable channel and network access. In wireless mobile networks, where conditions dynamically change as nodes move about the network, a stateless, high level approach is required. Since shared wireless resources are easily over-utilized, the load in the network must be controlled so that an acceptable QoS for real-time applications can be maintained. If minimum real-time requirements are not met, these unusable packets waste scarce bandwidth and hinder other traffic, compounding the problem. To enable high QoS for all admitted traffic, we propose the Perceptive Admission Control (PAC) protocol. PAC monitors the wireless channel and dynamically adapts admission control decisions to enable high network utilization while preventing congestion. Through discu...
Ian D. Chakeres, Elizabeth M. Belding-Royer, Josep
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where ADHOC
Authors Ian D. Chakeres, Elizabeth M. Belding-Royer, Joseph P. Macker
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