D. Karunkuzhali

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Buffer allocation in WiMAX maximizes the throughput by achieving high link utilizationof system and minimizes the power consumption. In this paper, Traffic Based QoS Specific Adaptive Buffer Allocation in WiMAX networks is proposed to increase the system throughput by using an adaptive buffer allocation strategy. The buffer management block initially(More)
IEEE 802.16m standard redefined with many improvements on IEEE 802.16e standard to provide the best connectivity and to perform the error-free data transmission. In this paper, an improved Traffic based Duo triggered handoff algorithm for the buffer management is proposed to enhance the quality of service features in the air interface standard of IEEE(More)
IEEE 802.16m standard redefined with many improvements on IEEE 802.16e standard to provide the best connectivity and to perform the error-free data transmission. In this paper we propose a buffer management system to reduce the packet loss rate during WiMax Communication where the internetworking involves designated distress regarding buffer range and(More)
The IEEE 802.16m standard for Advanced mobile broadband wireless access provides a seamless application connectivity to other mobile and IP networks like UMTS, LTE and WLAN. In order to meet the ubiquitous service delivery for users, Wimax 16m supports integration of these diverse networks which are having great difference in terms of data transmission(More)
Buffer allocation in WiMAX maximizes the throughput of system and minimizes the power consumption. Hence, an adaptive buffer allocation strategy is required to increase the goodput of the system. In this paper, we propose an adaptive buffer allocation technique based on traffic classes in WiMAX networks. Initially buffer is allocated to the flow requests(More)
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