TCP Modelling in the Wireless Network Link
This paper deals with the TCP Reno, Vegas and Veno systematic analysis and modelling results of TCP Reno, Vegas and Veno algorithms in the IEEE 802.11b networks link. Bias of TCP session throughput against random packet losses and long random delay emerging when link layer realable protocols are used is analyzed. The modelling results demonstrate that if random packet losses are very heavy the TCP Veno algorithm should be used, and if random long delay becomes heavy the TCP Reno should be used. The modelling aim is – to sift features of TCP protocol algorithms and find it’s dependences on throughput in the IEEE 802.11 networks. Ill. 10, bibl. 17 (in Lithuanian; summaries in Lithuanian, English, Russian).
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