An Enhanced Model for Achieving High Throughput Using Variant Buffer Size Methodology
In this paper, the authors attempt to propose an enhanced model for achieving high throughput in wireless networks especially in 802.11 using variant buffer size methodology. In this paper, they consider sizing of buffers in wireless networks. Buffers are temporary storage areas which are needed for holding the packets that travel from source station to destination station on the network. So deciding the size of buffer to which value is always a major concern, especially in wireless networks.