IJARP SJIF(2018): 4.908

International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications!

Adaptive Rate Control With Erlangian For UHD Traffic Over Paralleled DSL

Volume 2 - Issue 10, October 2018 Edition
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Author(s)
Surasee Prahmkaew
Keywords
Throughput, Mean queue time, DSL, Fragmentation, Erlangian, ARC.
Abstract
In the Telecommunications network, the bandwidth is the major concerning to deliver quality of service (Qos) especially high definition content. In such a condition, to deliver uncompressed high definition content with paralleled digital subscriber lines is required for the continuous multimedia transmission and most obligations with QoS are submitted by each telecommunication network company. We had been more explored on Adaptive Rate Control (ARC) with Elrangian with multiple sources of UHD video and HD video to be serviced with multiple paralleled Digital Subscriber Lines (PDSL) operators. This research will explore the classical mechanism and adaptive rate control (ARC) with policing mechanism to provide more reliability services. The mean queue time, throughput, and number of sources served in telecommunication network will be collected and compared. In this paper we simulate the application for the multiple of PDSLs to deliver the multiple source types of viedo (UHD and HD) with the best QoS, the performance matrices is evaluated. Finally results were impressive to support by ARC with policing mechanism.
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