A real-time algorithm for timeslot assignment in multirate return channels of interactive satellite multimedia networks

@article{Lee2004ARA,
  title={A real-time algorithm for timeslot assignment in multirate return channels of interactive satellite multimedia networks},
  author={Ki-Dong Lee and Kun-Nyeong Chang},
  journal={IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications},
  year={2004},
  volume={22},
  pages={518-528}
}
Since the digital video broadcast-return channel via satellite (DVB-RCS) standard was released in 2000, developing an interactive satellite multimedia (ISM) network has become a hot issue. In order to provide high-speed multimedia services using a DVB-RCS system, it is important to efficiently and dynamically assign the timeslots to a number of terminals according to their various demands. Also, it is imperative to improve the degradation of link quality due to rain-fade attenuation in Ka-band… CONTINUE READING

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