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An analytical model for an IEEE~802.11 WLAN using DCF with two types of VoIP calls

Harsha, Sri and Kumar, Anurag and Sharma, Vinod (2006) An analytical model for an IEEE~802.11 WLAN using DCF with two types of VoIP calls. In: 14th IEEE International Workshop on Quality of Service, 2006. IWQoS 2006, 19-21 June 23006, New Haven, CT .

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Abstract

In this paper we develop and numerically explore the modeling heuristic of using saturation attempt probabilities as state dependent attempt probabilities in an IEEE 802.11e infrastructure network carrying packet telephone calls and TCP controlled file downloads, using enhanced distributed channel access (EDCA). We build upon the fixed point analysis and performance insights. When there are a certain number of nodes of each class contending for the channel (i.e., have nonempty queues), then their attempt probabilities are taken to be those obtained from saturation analysis for that number of nodes. Then we model the system queue dynamics at the network nodes. With the proposed heuristic, the system evolution at channel slot boundaries becomes a Markov renewal process, and regenerative analysis yields the desired performance measures. The results obtained from this approach match well with ns2 simulations. We find that, with the default IEEE 802.11e EDCA parameters for AC 1 and AC 3, the voice call capacity decreases if even one file download is initiated by some station. Subsequently, reducing the voice calls increases the file download capacity almost linearly (by 1/3 Mbps per voice call for the 11 Mbps PHY)

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Department/Centre: Division of Electrical Sciences > Electrical Communication Engineering
Date Deposited: 10 Nov 2011 05:16
Last Modified: 10 Nov 2011 05:16
URI: http://eprints.iisc.ernet.in/id/eprint/41988

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