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Error control techniques for integrated services packet networks

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1 Author(s)
Miller, M. ; South Australian Inst. of Technol., Adelaide, SA, Australia

The design of a multiservice packet network must ensure that delays to speech packets are minimized while data and other types of packets are delivered without error. The author suggests some ways in which error detection, forward error correction (FEC), and automatic repeat request (ARQ) schemes may be utilized in integrated services packet networks (ISPNs) to ensure that satisfactory error performance and reliability standards are achieved. The results show that ARQ schemes combined with reliable error detection are the most practical way of achieving reliable error control in integrated services networks. Also, such error control schemes can have performance advantages if applied on a region-by-region basis rather than simple end-to-end

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Selected Areas in Communications, IEEE Journal on  (Volume:7 ,  Issue: 5 )