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Adaptive resource management for mobile multimedia communications in asymmetric wireless network

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3 Author(s)
Chuang Lin ; Dept. of Comput. Sci., Tsinghua Univ., Beijing ; Yaya Wei ; Zhiguang Shan

In the multi-service wireless networks, the bandwidth asymmetry is the distinctive characteristic. To avoid wasting uplink and downlink bandwidth in asymmetric network, admissible region for the nonreal-time (NRT) calls has been proposed. But in that scheme the static guard capacity for RT and NRT calls cannot adapt to traffic variation. In addition, the differentiated QoS services to users are not considered. In this paper, we propose an adaptive guard channel reservation (AGCR) scheme, which has the following novelties: i) the guard capacity for each class is dynamically adjusted so as to adapt to dynamic traffic, ii) the blocking probabilities of classes with higher priority are kept below certain targets and iii) differentiated QoS services to users are provided by maintaining the blocking probability ratios over different classes at the predefined targets. Simulation results have demonstrated the proposed AGCR scheme can keep the blocking probabilities of classes with higher priority below certain targets, track the ratios close to the targets well while maintaining a high bandwidth utilization

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Quality of Service in Heterogeneous Wired/Wireless Networks, 2005. Second International Conference on

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24-24 Aug. 2005