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Performance Analysis of an Integrated Switch with Fixed or Variable Frame Rate and Movable Voice/Data Boundary

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3 Author(s)
Janakiraman, N. ; Satellite Business Systems, McLean, VA, USA ; Pagurek, B. ; Neilson, J.

In this paper, a variable-frame hybrid multiplexer with a min-max constraint on frame length is proposed. Using a single server queueing model, it is shown that the performance of the variableframe multiplexer with respect to channel utilization, blocking, and delay is better than its fixed frame counterpart. Some of the results are compared to those from earlier studies.

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Communications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:32 ,  Issue: 1 )