Quality of Service Control Mechanisms for Wireless Internet
Funding: 2000: $21,080
Project Member(s): Hoang, D.
Funding or Partner Organisation: Motorola Pty Ltd (Motorola Partner funds)
Australian Research Council (ARC SPIRT (Strategic Partnerships with Industry Re)
Start year: 2000
Summary: The research is significant in that new knowledge will be gained in understanding quality of service (QoS) parameters and in quality of service control. The new knowledge can be translated to solutions that certainly enable networks to support network services with proper QoS from end-application to end-application. Several important benefits can be derived from the expected outcomes for both network operator and network users. The benefits would include a reduction in the cost of establishing and running a network, an increase in the quality of network services such as interactive World Wide Web.
Chan, JC & Hoang, DB 2005, 'Service architecture for integrating MANETs with heterogeneous IP networks', 2005 IEEE Wireless Communications And Networking Conference, Vols 1-4 - WCNC 2005: Broadband Wireless For The Masses Ready For Take-Off., IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference, IEEE, New Orleans, LA, USA, pp. 2270-2275.
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Zhou, H, Hoang, DB & Nhan, P 2004, 'A Scheme for Improving TCP Fairness and Throughput in Wireless Networks', Proceedings of the Australian Telecommunication Networks and Application Conference 2004, Australian Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference, ATNAC, Bondi, Australia, pp. 576-581.
Zhou, H, Hoang, DB & Nhan, P 2004, 'Introducing feedback congestion control to a network with IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN', Proceedings of IEEE Wireless Telecommunications Symposium 2004, WTS: Wireless Telecommunications Symposium, IEEE, Pomona, USA, pp. 61-66.
Zhou, H, Leis, J, Hoang, DB & Nhan, P 2004, 'Throughput and Fairness of Multiple TCP connections in Wireless Networks', Proceedings The 3rd Workshop on Internet, Telecommunications and Signal Processing WITSP'2004, Workshop on internet, telecommunications and signal processing, IEEE, Adelaide, Australia, pp. 273-276.