Provided by: International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJIRSET)
Date Added: Jul 2014
WiMAX/IEEE 802.16 Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) is an open technology with many possible services that is likely to be widely used in many networks in the near future such as real and non-real time applications. A Real-Time Application (RTA) must functions within a time frame that the user senses as immediate or current, where the delay must be less than a defined value, usually measured in seconds. In this paper, real time applications are assured with a higher quality of services and a higher priority and non-real time applications are given a chance to reduce packets drop with a fair share. These objectives have been done by a combination of two technologies, minimum allocation and round robin technologies. Furthermore, this paper makes a comparison between IEEE802.16e and IEEE802.