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We study the delay performance of policed traffic to provide real-time guarantees over wireless networks. A number of models have been presented in the literature to describe wireless (radio or optical) networks in terms of the wireless channel and the underlying error control mechanisms. We describe a general framework to incorporate such models into delay guarantee computations for real-time traffic. Static-priority scheduling is considered, and two different admission control mechanisms are used to achieve the trade-off between resource utilization and admission overhead.