Providing application-level qoS in 3G/4G wireless systems: A comprehensive framework based on multi-rate CDMA

F. Fitzek, A. Koepsel, A. Wolisz, M. Krishnam, Martin Reisslein

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Abstract

The emerging applications for 3G and 4G wireless systems typically require highly heterogeneous and time-varying quality of service from the underlying protocol layers. The wireless links, however, provide only an unreliable communication channel that suffers from temporal outages. As a consequence, protocol mechanisms are needed, that based on the unreliable wireless links provide the different service qualities required by the emerging applications. In this paper we identify the emerging IP based applications for 3G and 4G wireless systems and categorize their QoS requirements. We discuss the wireless access mechanisms that show promise of being the basis for supporting these applications. We than propose a set of protocol mechanisms, that based on the discussed wireless access mechanisms, provide the required QoS for the different application categories.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProceedings - 2001 International Conference on Third Generation Wireless and Beyond
Pages344-349
Number of pages6
StatePublished - 2001
EventProceedings - 2001 International Conference on Third Generation Wireless and Beyond - San Francisco, CA, United States
Duration: Jun 30 2001Jul 2 2001

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OtherProceedings - 2001 International Conference on Third Generation Wireless and Beyond
CountryUnited States
CitySan Francisco, CA
Period6/30/017/2/01

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Code division multiple access
Quality of service
Network protocols
Telecommunication links
Outages

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Fitzek, F., Koepsel, A., Wolisz, A., Krishnam, M., & Reisslein, M. (2001). Providing application-level qoS in 3G/4G wireless systems: A comprehensive framework based on multi-rate CDMA. In Proceedings - 2001 International Conference on Third Generation Wireless and Beyond (pp. 344-349)

Providing application-level qoS in 3G/4G wireless systems : A comprehensive framework based on multi-rate CDMA. / Fitzek, F.; Koepsel, A.; Wolisz, A.; Krishnam, M.; Reisslein, Martin.

Proceedings - 2001 International Conference on Third Generation Wireless and Beyond. 2001. p. 344-349.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Fitzek, F, Koepsel, A, Wolisz, A, Krishnam, M & Reisslein, M 2001, Providing application-level qoS in 3G/4G wireless systems: A comprehensive framework based on multi-rate CDMA. in Proceedings - 2001 International Conference on Third Generation Wireless and Beyond. pp. 344-349, Proceedings - 2001 International Conference on Third Generation Wireless and Beyond, San Francisco, CA, United States, 6/30/01.
Fitzek F, Koepsel A, Wolisz A, Krishnam M, Reisslein M. Providing application-level qoS in 3G/4G wireless systems: A comprehensive framework based on multi-rate CDMA. In Proceedings - 2001 International Conference on Third Generation Wireless and Beyond. 2001. p. 344-349
Fitzek, F. ; Koepsel, A. ; Wolisz, A. ; Krishnam, M. ; Reisslein, Martin. / Providing application-level qoS in 3G/4G wireless systems : A comprehensive framework based on multi-rate CDMA. Proceedings - 2001 International Conference on Third Generation Wireless and Beyond. 2001. pp. 344-349
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