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Joint admission/congestion control for wireless CDMA systems supporting integrated services

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2 Author(s)
Te-Kai Liu ; IBM Thomas J. Watson Res. Center, Hawthorne, NY, USA ; Silvester, J.A.

A new data traffic control scheme is developed for maintaining the packet error rate (PER) of real-time voice traffic while allowing nonreal-time data traffic to utilize the residual channel capacity of the multi-access link in an integrated service wireless CDMA network. Due to the delay constraint of the voice service, voice users transmit their packets without incurring further delay once they are admitted to the system according to the admission control policy. Data traffic, however, is regulated at both the call level (i.e., admission control) and at the burst level (i.e., congestion control). The admission control rejects the data calls that will otherwise experience unduly long delay, whereas the congestion control ensures the PER of voice traffic being lower than a specified quality of service (QoS) requirement (e.g., 10 -2). System performance such as voice PER, voice-blocking probability, data throughput, delay, and blocking probability is evaluated by a Markovian model. Numerical results for a system with a Rician fading channel and DPSK modulation are presented to show the interplay between admission and congestion control, as well as how one can engineer the control parameters. The tradeoff of using multiple CDMA codes to reduce the transmission time of data messages is also investigated

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Selected Areas in Communications, IEEE Journal on  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

Aug 1998

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