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Class Dependent Traffic Allocation in a LEO Satellite Network

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Traffic allocation strategy becomes a significant factor in optimization of bandwidth usage of telecommunication resources, especially with increasing use of broadband applications. Allocation strategy in dynamic LEO (Low Earth Orbital) satellite communication network is studied, to improve their Quality of Service (QoS). Traffic allocation control is performed to provide a near optimal utilization of their Inter Satellite Links (ISLs). A combination of two algorithms is used to allocate traffic in ISLs. Empirical analysis is performed to examine performance of the proposed algorithm, GALPEDA. Result shows that the proposed algorithm is useful for traffic allocation of multiclass traffic in LEO satellite communication.

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McMahon, G., Sugden, S. & Septiawan, R. Class Dependent Traffic Allocation in a LEO Satellite Network. Telecommunication Systems 22, 241–266 (2003). https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1023451206622

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