Modelling the delivery of multimedia services over Hiperlan

Modelling the delivery of multimedia services over Hiperlan

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Results from a detailed model of multimedia service delivery using the Hiperlan wireless LAN standard are reported. Hiperlan is shown to provide reasonable quality of service support for real-time services in several likely scenarios. However, the channel access prioritisation mechanism is shown to reduce to effectively two levels under conditions of network overload.


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