Improving Qos in Wlan Using Dynamic Weighted Fair Scheduling

  title={Improving Qos in Wlan Using Dynamic Weighted Fair Scheduling},
  author={Ahmed Riza and Ling Teck Chaw and Phang Keat Keong and Hoh Kian Pee},
The demand for end-to-end Quality of Service (QoS) in Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) is becoming ever more important due to the trend towards converged communication networks. The recently accepted QoS mechanism in WLAN: the IEEE 802.11e has limitations in providing fairness to different types of traffic. We proposed Dynamic Weighted Fair Scheduling Scheme (DWFSS) to improve fairness in WLANs by enhancing the IEEE 802.11e. The DWFSS allocates bandwidth to four different classes of traffic… CONTINUE READING


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