TCP Congestion Window Optimization for CDMA2000 Packet Data Networks

  title={TCP Congestion Window Optimization for CDMA2000 Packet Data Networks},
  author={Muhammad Adeel and Ahmad Ali Iqbal},
  journal={Fourth International Conference on Information Technology (ITNG'07)},
  • M. Adeel, A. A. Iqbal
  • Published 2 April 2007
  • Business, Computer Science
  • Fourth International Conference on Information Technology (ITNG'07)
TCP developed for wired networks assumes congestion as the reason of packet loss. This assumption might not be true for infrastructure based wireless networks like CDMA2000 packet data networks due to other reasons of packet loss like higher bit error rate, hard handoffs, limited bandwidth and multi-path fading. Hence knowing the reason of packet loss is important. We propose a TCP congestion window optimization mechanism for CDMA2000 packet data networks that introduces new flags in TCP packet… 

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