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Gigabit Networking: Digitized Radar Data Transfer and Beyond

By Sangeetha L. Bangolae, Anura P. Jayasumana and V. Chandrasekar

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Gigabit networking makes possible the remote access to expensive and specialized facilities that were inaccessible in the past due to limited bandwidths. VCHILL project for digitized radar data transfer is one such real-time application that will tap the Next Generation Internet technology to provide interactive access to real-time and stored data generated by weather radars, thus revolutionizing the way experiments are carried out. The design and implementation of the UDP-based virtual radar application and the deployment of an efficient congestion control algorithm for this application are presented. The TCP-friendly Rate Adaptation Based On Loss (TRABOL) algorithm is a source-based rate control mechanism that controls the transmission rate based on the feedback about losses experienced by the client station. The performance results show that the deployment of this algorithm makes the application TCP-friendly

Year: 2003
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