Comparative analysis of quality of service scheduling classes in mobile ad-hoc networks

  title={Comparative analysis of quality of service scheduling classes in mobile ad-hoc networks},
  author={Thulani Phakathi and Michael Esiefarienrhe Bukohwo and Francis Lugayizi},
Quality of Service (QoS) is now regarded as a requirement for all networks in managing resources like bandwidth and avoidance of network impairments like packet loss, jitter, and delay. Media transfer or streaming would be virtually impossible if QoS parameters were not used even if the streaming protocols were perfectly designed. QoS Scheduling classes help in network traffic optimization and the priority management of packets. This paper presents an analysis of QoS scheduling classes using… Expand

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