The Structure of the Reactive Performance Control System for Wireless Channels
To optimize performance of applications running over wireless channels, novel state-of-the-art wireless access technologies provide a number of advanced features including dynamic adaptation of protocol parameters at different layers. To exchange control information among non-adjacent layers a cross-layer signalling protocol is needed. Then, the control information should be used by a certain performance control entity to determine the set of protocol parameters resulting in best possible performance of an application in a given wireless channel and traffic conditions. For wireless access technologies with dynamic adaptation of protocol parameters design of the cross-layer performance control system is proposed. Functionalities of components of the system are isolated and described in details.
KeywordsWireless Channel Forward Error Correction Wireless Access Technology Change Point Analyzer Protocol Parameter
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