One key requirement in the radio access design of advanced, third-generation mobile systems is the ability to accommodate a variety of service types via flexible and efficient multiple-access protocols. This paper introduces a multiple-access protocol, SIR++ (service integration for radio access), which has the potential for meeting the service requirements of speech, video, and bursty data traffic in an efficient way. SIR++ is evolved from and generalizes a former protocol, SIR, which only considered the requirements of speech and data. The paper also evaluates the buffer occupancy distribution associated with an (H.263) video connection by solving a worst case model of the system.
|Autori interni:||ANASTASI, GIUSEPPE|
|Autori:||Anastasi G; Grillo D; Lenzini L|
|Titolo:||An Access Protocol for Speech/Data/Video Integration in TDMA-Based Advanced Mobile Systems|
|Anno del prodotto:||1997|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|