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This paper approaches the issues concerning the coexistence of the IEEE 802.11g wireless networks and the ad-hoc Bluetooth networks that operate within the same 2.4 GHz band. The performance of 802.11g is evaluated by simulating the PER (Packet Error Rate) parameter and coverage area. The simulation experiments are based on the worst case scenario(More)
In this paper we compare the use of two metrics that could be used as indicators of the quality of streamed video in a wireless home network based on 802.11. One of the metrics is throughput which is a traditional performance metric. The other metric is based on the perceived quality of a video clip. The results demonstrate that the throughput metric(More)
802.11 Wireless local area networks (WLANs) are widely used at home and enterprise as a connection to the Internet. In order to meet the quality service (QoS) demands for the increasing number of multimedia applications on these home and enterprise networks new features are included in the 802.11n draft. One of these features is frame aggregation at the(More)
With the rapid development of 802.11 wireless local area networks (WLANs) and the need for better quality of service (QoS) the 802.11e MAC with service differentiation was developed. Analysing the effect of transmission errors on the performance of 802.11 is a fundamental consideration in practical situations since the wireless channels are error-prone.(More)
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