Conference Paper

Queueing Performance Analysis of Periodic Polling Services for VoIP in an IEEE802.16 System.

DOI: 10.1109/GLOCOM.2006.739 Conference: Proceedings of the Global Telecommunications Conference, 2006. GLOBECOM '06, San Francisco, CA, USA, 27 November - 1 December 2006
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ABSTRACT In this paper, we consider the queueing performance of periodic polling services for VoIP in an IEEE802.16 system, which is modeled by an MIGIC type queue with periodic batch service. We carry out an analysis for this system, using a generating function approach with supplementary variable technique. As a service discipline, the size of batch, the transmission duration in units of frames, i.e., contiguous frames, and the vacation period correspond to the bandwidth assigned to a subscriber station and the period to poll other subscriber stations, respectively. In numerical examples, the mean queue lengths are given, according to various system parameters.

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    • "Since the promise of transmission from BS is guaranteed, the access delay and bandwidth request overhead can be avoided. The delay performance of the IEEE 802.16 random access protocol has been carried out by using continuous queueing model, such as reported in [2], [3], [4], [5], [6]. Since the IEEE 802.16 is a frame-based protocol and the system state only changes at frame boundary, the discrete-time queueing model could be more suitable for characterizing the 802.16 network, especially for the study of UGS service. "
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