TCP in wireless environments: problems and solutions

@article{Tian2005TCPIW,
  title={TCP in wireless environments: problems and solutions},
  author={Ye Tian and Kai Xu and N. Ansari},
  journal={IEEE Communications Magazine},
  year={2005},
  volume={43},
  pages={S27-S32}
}
The Internet provides a platform for rapid and timely information exchange among a disparate array of clients and servers. TCP and IP are separately designed and closely tied protocols that define the rules of communication between end hosts, and are the most commonly used protocol suite for data transfer in the Internet. The combination of TCP/IP dominates today's communication in various networks from the wired backbone to the heterogeneous network due to its remarkable simplicity and… Expand
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