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The Rate Adaptation Protocol [18] implements an AIMD algorithm based on regular acknowledgments sent by the receiver. In [19], the authors propose an end-to-end rate adaptation scheme that adjusts the transmission rate of multime- 28 A. Trad, Q. Ni, and H. Afifi dia applications to the congestion level of the network. Based on the estimation of the loss rate and the RTT obtained from the regular information of RTCP [8] reports, the sender increases the transmission rate during underload periods and reduces this rate during congestion periods, while avoiding an aggressive adaptation behavior.

11 wireless networks using a new Hybrid Coordination Function (HCF) that provides stations with prioritized and parameterized QoS access to the wireless medium. 11e standard considers the QoS requirements of flows by allocating transmission time to stations based on their mean sending rate and mean frame size. 11e WLAN. We specifically address the problem of long distance VoIP transport over heterogeneous wired/wireless networks. In the studied case we consider VoIP traffic transmitted from a wired Internet part through a last-hop wireless link that represents the bandwidth bottleneck.

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