In this paper we analysis and compare the performance of the high priority traffic in HCF using fragment-to-fragment acknowledgement and block-frame acknowledgment in a noisy wireless environment. We will propose a mechanism for the block-frame acknowledgement that will implement on the IEEE 802.11 standard to support quality of service, with no major upheaval. The analysis is valid for all type of traffics low, medium and high priority classes.
|Publication status||Published - Sep 2006|
|Event||Telecommunications and Computer Networks - Portsmouth, United Kingdom|
Duration: 27 Sep 2006 → 29 Sep 2006
|Conference||Telecommunications and Computer Networks|
|Abbreviated title||IADAT 2006|
|Period||27/09/06 → 29/09/06|