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Priority and Fair Scheduling in a Wireless LAN

By Anurag Dugar, Nitin Vaidya and Paramvir Bahl


In recent years, fair scheduling and quality of service (QoS) in wireless LANs have received significant attention from the networking research community. This paper presents a distributed algorithm for priority and fair scheduling in a wireless LAN. The proposed protocol is derived from HIPERLAN which is a wireless LAN standard defined by ETSI. The proposed protocol supports multiple priorities, as well as a mechanism (using weights) for controlling the way bandwidth is shared by ows within a given priority level

Topics: Priority Scheduling, Weighted Fairness
Year: 2001
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