Quality of Service Model on Data Link Layer for Mission Critical Traffic on IEEE 802.11g Networks in Infrastructure Mode

  • Gerald B. Fuenmayor-Rivadeneira Universidad Santo Tomás, Bogotá
Keywords: Telecommunications, quality of service, WiFi, mission critical, simulation

Abstract

This article presents a synthesized review as state of the art of the study of QoS for mission-critical traffic in wireless local area networks that use the IEEE 802.11g protocol. This is to highlight previous research for their contribution will constitute a reference to guide a proposed new approach to ensuring the quality of service for this type of traffic using the above protocol. The review is based on academic and business items made during the current five years. As a result of this review it is evident that there have been many efforts to address the issue but there are still gaps in the characterization of mission-critical traffic and ensuring quality of service for the same, due the new applications and the large host of WiFi networks in business and government, which has led to increased demand for access channels and, therefore, a challenge to the progress already known, such as IEEE 802.1q.

Author Biography

Gerald B. Fuenmayor-Rivadeneira, Universidad Santo Tomás, Bogotá
Investigador del grupo de investigación INVTEL, Facultad de Ingeniería de Telecomunicaciones, División de Ingenierías, Universidad Santo Tomás, Bogotá
How to Cite
[1]
G. B. Fuenmayor-Rivadeneira, “Quality of Service Model on Data Link Layer for Mission Critical Traffic on IEEE 802.11g Networks in Infrastructure Mode”, TecnoL., pp. 437-449, Nov. 2013.

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Published
2013-11-19
Section
Telecommunications
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