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A novel delay-and-queuing data size-based medium access control protocol for broadband wireless ATM

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3 Author(s)
H. Sato ; NTT Wireless Service Syst. Labs., Japan ; T. Terashima ; S. Otsuki

Efficient radio resource utilization and fairness are important goals that must be achieved since wireless ATM systems support various services with different traffic characteristics such as CBR and UBR. This paper proposes a novel delay-and-queuing data size-based MAC protocol for broadband wireless ATM. The proposed MAC protocol relies on a new resource scheduling algorithm that decides the priority of channel assignment based on both the queuing delay and the queuing data size in the transmission buffer. Simulation results confirm that the proposed MAC protocol is able to provide throughput fairness and to achieve excellent throughput performance for ATM services that experience dynamic traffic fluctuations

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Communications, 1999. ICC '99. 1999 IEEE International Conference on  (Volume:3 )

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