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A Mismatch Controller for implementing high-speed rate-based transport protocols

Luca De Cicco, Saverio Mascolo
2009 2009 17th IEEE International Conference on Network Protocols  
End-to-end rate-based congestion control algorithms are advocated for audio/video transport over the Internet instead of window-based protocols.  ...  In this paper we show that such an implementation exhibits a fundamental flaw.  ...  The first simple solution to the issue of implementing a rate-based congestion control can be found in [24] , where a rate-based congestion control protocol named Rate Adaptation Protocol (RAP) is proposed  ... 
doi:10.1109/icnp.2009.5339678 dblp:conf/icnp/CiccoM09 fatcat:qr4hbdwlfjbwjhtghjobr5nute

An In-Depth Cross-Layer Experimental Study of Transport Protocols over Circuits

Mark McGinley, Helali Bhuiyan, Tao Li, Malathi Veeraraghavan
2010 2010 Proceedings of 19th International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks  
Using a novel tool and transport protocol designed for circuits, these interactions are characterized.  ...  While as with ordinary circuit switches, cross-connections have to be provisioned prior to data transfer, the technology allows for the creation of mismatched rate circuits, in which the wide-area portion  ...  Therefore, the goal of this work is to design and configure transport protocols for use on such mismatched-rate circuits.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icccn.2010.5560071 dblp:conf/icccn/McGinleyBLV10 fatcat:z2b3ls3jqjakjp2waxjhz23tvy

ATM WAN performance tools, experiments, and results

L.A. DaSilva, J.B. Evans, D. Niehaus, V.S. Frost, R. Jonkman, Beng Ong Lee, G.Y. Lazarou
1997 IEEE Communications Magazine  
The authors also discuss some of the software-based throughput measurement tools available for the evaluation of high speed network performance, with particular emphasis on NetSpec.  ...  In order to achieve maximum performance from an ATM WAN, factors ranging from the transport protocol to the equipment used and the network conditions must be carefully taken into consideration.  ...  Protocol Considerations -Most ATM connections currently utilize Transmission Control Protocol/lnternet Protocol (TCPIIP) as the transport protocol.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.606039 fatcat:nkfgx7ve4fe6bc7tddphq3rh3q

A Transport Protocol for Dedicated End-to-End Circuits

A. Mudambi, X. Zheng, M. Veeraraghavan
2006 2006 IEEE International Conference on Communications  
This paper describes a transport protocol for data transfer across dedicated endto-end circuits. We call this protocol Circuit-TCP (C-TCP).  ...  The key feature of C-TCP is to maintain a fixed sending rate, as closely matched to the circuit rate as possible, with the aim of achieving high circuit utilization.  ...  We set up a 500 Mbps circuit for this experiment, so there is a mismatch with the 1 Gbps NIC rate.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icc.2006.254698 dblp:conf/icc/MudambiZV06 fatcat:mpz64twczjgc5jjbwa6i7wltdu

A Novel Architecture and Mechanism for Congestion Control in High Speed Network

Shilpi Kaura, A. K. Vatsa
2011 International Journal of Next-Generation Networks  
capacity and average queue size and passes a signal to the sender to change its sending rate accordingly.  ...  For multimedia applications, there is strong need of higher transmission capacity and higher bandwidth, which leads the need of high speed network based architecture at the forefront of several current  ...  Explicit Congestion Control Protocol: XCP is a window based congestion control protocol intended for best effort traffic.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijngn.2011.3103 fatcat:jrhlbbuqrnhnpenq3xyhzzhuu4

A Low-Power Protocol Processor Based on NAND-Type TCAMs for Networked Sensors

Xiaoning Xin, Haibin Yu, Shuping Cui
2007 2007 International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing  
A novel decoding logic "dual TCAM" cell is proposed for the design of low-power high performance TCAMs. A general purpose protocol processor is designed with cascade of such TCAM state machines.  ...  The fundamental constraint of a network sensor is the energy consumption, the high requirement on clock frequency of the microcontroller for protocol data receiving is one of the primary reasons causing  ...  The "DLL TCAM" is used for high layer protocols.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wicom.2007.640 fatcat:arbtrwdhg5cv7l6dopixqpuaha

Selected challenges in computer networking

J.M. Smith
1999 Computer  
A second increasing mismatch is between events in such transmission systems (for example, frame arrival and departure) and transport protocols such as TCP/IP, which discover bandwidth and control congestion  ...  plane (control software and network hardware used to manipulate the behavior of the transport system).  ...  A second increasing mismatch is between events in such transmission systems (for example, frame arrival and departure) and transport protocols such as TCP/IP, which discover bandwidth and control congestion  ... 
doi:10.1109/2.738302 fatcat:huod2aqe2rcm3cinamxhcnwtq4

Optical networks—the electro-optic reality

Andrzej Jajszczyk
2005 Optical Switching and Networkning Journal  
The current status and prospects for photonic switching are briefly presented. The paper is concluded with an overview of the control plane for optical transport networks.  ...  A critical survey of current and new transport technologies in optical core and metropolitan networks is given, including SDH/SONET and its enhancements, OTN, RPR, and Ethernet.  ...  An OADM is able to drop one or more low speed streams from a high speed stream, as well as to add such low speed streams to a high speed stream [2, 3] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.osn.2004.11.002 fatcat:iwimsewcmzdkle6qi6pkuo7zwe

Multipath video transport over ad hoc networks

Shiwen Mao, Shunan Lin, Yao Wang, S.S. Panwar, Yihan Li
2005 IEEE wireless communications  
MRTP/MRTCP is a natural extension of the Real-Time Transport Protocol/Real-Time Transport Control Protocol (RTP/RTCP).  ...  The protocol stack with MRTP is shown in Fig. 4 . MRTP is a transport protocol implemented in the application layer.  ...  Our experiments show that video streaming with an acceptable quality is achievable with both LC with ARQ and MDMC, for the range of video bit rates, background traffic, and motion speed examined.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mwc.2005.1497857 fatcat:236sszsyyvealorrnbz4jyaoue

A Low-Power 12-Bit 20 MS/s Asynchronously Controlled SAR ADC for WAVE ITS Sensor Based Applications

Khuram Shehzad, Deeksha Verma, Danial Khan, Qurat Ul Ain, Muhammad Basim, Sung Jin Kim, Behnam Samadpoor Rikan, Young Gun Pu, Keum Cheol Hwang, Youngoo Yang, Kang-Yoon Lee
2021 Sensors  
For high speed operation with low power consumption and to overcome the kick back issue in the comparator part, a mutated dynamic-latch comparator with cascode is implemented.  ...  transportation system (ITS) sensor based application is presented in this paper.  ...  Conclusions A low power 12-bit, 20 MS/s asynchronously controlled SAR ADC was fabricated with one poly six metal (1P6M) 65 nm CMOS technology to be used in WAVE protocol based intelligent transportation  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21072260 pmid:33804902 fatcat:mhi53nx645brnnaih2oeulllxq

Quantisation feasibility and performance of RSS-based secret key extraction in VANETs

Mirko Bottarelli, Gregory Epiphaniou, Dhouha Kbaier Ben Ismail, Petros Karadimas, Haider Al-Khateeb
2018 2018 International Conference on Cyber Security and Protection of Digital Services (Cyber Security)  
We conclude that more research is desirable to design protocols capable of taking advantage from the nodes' high-mobility and the consequent variability of both coherence intervals and level crossing rates  ...  Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANETs) has emerged as a unique implementation of Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs).  ...  On the other hand, symmetric cryptography achieves high security together with high-speed processing and ease of implementation [7] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/cybersecpods.2018.8560676 dblp:conf/cybersecpods/BottarelliEIKA18 fatcat:ok7s5g5635bfrbofxt7k2ptole

A Comprehensive Overview of TCP Congestion Control in 5G Networks: Research Challenges and Future Perspectives

Josip Lorincz, Zvonimir Klarin, Julije Ožegović
2021 Sensors  
In today's data networks, the main protocol used to ensure reliable communications is the transmission control protocol (TCP).  ...  The fifth-generation (5G) mobile network presents a new challenge for the implementation of the TCP CC mechanism, since networks will operate in environments with huge user device density and vast traffic  ...  High-speed TCPs can be used for delay-sensitive services or services requiring high data rates.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21134510 pmid:34209431 pmcid:PMC8271918 fatcat:ibwmx74gmrhlppphxaeydqd6iu

A protocol structure for high-speed communication over broadband ISDN

Z. Haas
1991 IEEE Network  
However, when the lines operate at hundreds of megabits per second, the mismatch in speed is so large that the advantage of high-speed lines is buried in the large processing overhead of high-level protocols  ...  In other words, when the lines operated at 9.6 kb/s, the multilayer conventional protocols implemented in software were fast enough to match the speed of the lines.  ...  This argument answers the basic question of whether the current protocols are adequate for future high-speed high-speed networks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/65.67861 fatcat:nxpi6h5e6zb4bobe3mdoevbfcm

Combined preventive/reactive congestion control in LAN/MAN interconnection networks [chapter]

B. J. Lee, J. W. Mark
1995 Local and Metropolitan Communication Systems  
The interconnection of low-speed LANs via a high-speed MAN faces a speed-mismatch.  ...  This paper proposes and investigates the performance of a combined preventive/reactive congestion control approach for high-speed LAN/MAN interconnection networks.  ...  The CTRA protocol combines a token access control with an add-on random access operation to maximize the channel utilization, and is designed for integrated services high-speed ring networks (see ] for  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34884-1_12 fatcat:w7tmvkpp5bgnteskih4b7k5aji

Holographic and 3D Teleconferencing and Visualization: Implications for Terabit Networked Applications

Ladan Gharai, Colin Perkins
2006 Proceedings IEEE INFOCOM 2006. 25TH IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications  
Given this, we review trends in programming language design that will ease development of highly concurrent systems, and suggest how network transport protocols might evolve to support them.  ...  The implications of a continuation of Moore's law, coupled with constraints on device clock rate due to power consumption, suggest that future end system and network architectures will become increasingly  ...  stream of data objects in a single transport flow, which is somehow optimised for use on a single high speed link.  ... 
doi:10.1109/infocom.2006.29 dblp:conf/infocom/GharaiP06 fatcat:453uc24tnjauvcjmi2bewouicm
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