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# IEE Colloquium on Time Critical Data Communications

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• ### The integration of real-time interactive speech with data on local area network (LANs)-a step towards “multi-media” in a commercial industrial environment

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):5/1 - 5/4
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Research at the author's university has identified that communication between users of workstations in an environment would be considerably enhanced if a real-time speech link was available in addition to screen-share' facilities. This paper investigates the problems of implementing a real-time interactive speech link by integrating the speech packets (PCM) within the data frames employed on comm... View full abstract»

• ### IEE Colloquium on Time Critical Data Communications' (Digest No.1994/243)

Publication Year: 1994
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The following topics were dealt with: time critical communication architectures and quality of service; timer related performance issues within ATM sub-networks; low latency video communications; fieldbus standards; and the integration of real-time interactive speech with data on local area networks View full abstract»

• ### TCCA and QoS (time-critical communications architectures and quality of service)

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):1/1 - 1/5
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Initiatives to identify user requirements for time-critical communications architectures (TCCA) and for quality of service (QoS) have led to standardisation work that will be widely applicable. The concepts and mechanisms which are described have relevance across almost all application areas. Eventually, OSI systems will be able to be selected for their performance as well as for their functionali... View full abstract»

• ### Low latency video communications over high bandwidth-delay networks using FEC

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):3/1 - 3/9
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Discusses sources of delay for real-time video data transmitted through packet-switched networks. We describe an experiment in which we investigate the use of forward error correction (FEC) as a means of controlling errors during the transport of coded video data. We compare this with traditional ARQ error control techniques. We conclude that for high bandwidth-delay networks, FEC could provide a ... View full abstract»

• ### Timer related performance issues of system functions within ATM sub-networks

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):2/1 - 2/4
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This paper describes an outline modelling semantics based on partially observable control systems, suitable for use in the specification of distributed networking functions View full abstract»