TCP-Peach: a new congestion control scheme for satellite IP networks

@article{Akyildiz2001TCPPeachAN,
  title={TCP-Peach: a new congestion control scheme for satellite IP networks},
  author={Ian F. Akyildiz and Giacomo Morabito and Sergio Palazzo},
  journal={IEEE/ACM Trans. Netw.},
  year={2001},
  volume={9},
  pages={307-321}
}
Current TCP protocols have lower throughput performance in satellite networks mainly due to the effects of long propagation delays and high link error rates. In this paper, a new congestion control scheme called TCP-Peach is introduced for satellite networks. TCP-Peach is composed of two new algorithms, namely Sudden Start and Rapid Recovery, as well as the two traditional TCP algorithms, Congestion Avoidance and Fast Retransmit. The new algorithms are based on the novel concept of using dummy… 
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