Triple Play Services Packet Scheduling Performance Evaluation
Triple Play technology is nowadays considered as an indisputable trend. Triple Play is the bundled service of Voice, Data, and Video services. Moreover it applies perfectly to triple play, as it satisfies differing QoS requirements. Problems such as full exploitation of available bandwidth and providing adequate QoS to subscribed users by meeting the requirements of all three supported services (video, voice and data) must be addressed . In this paper we are proposing the new adaptive (AFQ) scheduling for triple play services QoS management model, reasoned by the virtual queue and dynamic weighted queues service coefficient , changing according to the evaluation of the packet state in the node, reasoned by delay target time and present network load. lll. 7, bibl. 6 (in English; summaries in English, Russian and Lithuanian).
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