Adaptive Bandwidth Allocation in Wireless Networks With Multiple Degradable Quality of Service

In Wireless/Mobile networks various kinds of encoding schemes were used for transmission of data over a bandwidth. The desired quality and generated traffic varies with the requirement with this bandwidth. A generic video telephony may require more than 40 kbps whereas a low motion video telephony may require about 25 kbps for data transmission. From the designing point of view these requirements demands for an alternative resource planning, especially for bandwidth allocation in wireless networks. In wireless network where bandwidth is a scare resource, the system may need to block incoming user if all of the bandwidth has been used to provide highest quality of service to existing users.

Provided by: IOSR Journal of Engineering Topic: Mobility Date Added: Oct 2012 Format: PDF

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