Applying fair intelligent congestion control in a hybrid QoS architecture for wireless environment
Zheng, Li, Hoang, Doan B. and Li, Ming 2009, Applying fair intelligent congestion control in a hybrid QoS architecture for wireless environment, in ICICS 2009 : International Conference on Information, Communications and Signal Processing, IEEE, Piscataway, N. J., pp. 1-6.
This simple and scalable Differentiated Services (DiffServ) QoS control model is acceptable for the core of the network. However, more explicit and stringent admission and reservation based QoS mechanisms are required in the wireless access segment of the network, where available resources are severely limited and the degree of traffic aggregation is not significant, thus rendering the DiffServ principles less effective. In this paper we present a suitable hybrid QoS architecture framework to address the problem. At the wireless access end, the local QoS mechanism is designed in the context of IEEE 802.11 WLAN with 802.11e QoS extensions. At the edge and over the DiffServ domain, the Fair Intelligent Congestion Control (FICC) algorithm is applied to provide fairness among traffic aggregates and control congestion at the bottleneck interface between the wireless link and the network core.
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080503 Networking and Communications 080502 Mobile Technologies
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