Admission Region of Triple-Play Services in Wireless Home Networks

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Executive Summary

Heterogeneous wired and wireless network architecture is considered for home networks to support Internet Protocol TV (IPTV), voice, and data, the so-called triple-play services. To satisfy the Quality of Service (QoS) requirements for different traffic classes, Class-Based Queueing (CBQ) is deployed at home gateways and routers. To estimate the network capacity and decide on an appropriate resource management scheme, the authors develop an analytical framework to quantify the maximum number of IPTV connections that can be supported with guaranteed QoS over wired and multi-hop wireless networks.

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