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Buffer Sizing for 802.11-Based Networks
IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking
We consider the sizing of network buffers in 802.11 based networks. Wireless networks face a number of fundamental issues that do not arise in wired networks. We demonstrate that the use of fixed size buffers in 802.11 networks inevitably leads to either undesirable channel under-utilization or unnecessary high delays. We present two novel dynamic buffer sizing algorithms that achieve high throughput while maintaining low delay across a wide range of network conditions. Experimentaldoi:10.1109/tnet.2010.2089992 fatcat:hgy4ep34vze57ft6q7gmfxit3q