Cross-Layer Anticipation of Resource Allocation for Multimedia Applications Based on SIP Signaling over DVB-RCS Satellite System
This paper introduces a cross-layer approach for improving QoS guaranties to interactive multimedia applications over an efficient satellite access assignment scheme (on-demand). It particularly focuses on the communication opening which represents the weakness of on-demand capacity allocation in the satellite context (due to significant delays). It finally presents experimental results of the various proposed enhancements.
KeywordsAdmission Control Satellite System Multimedia Application Access Scheme Satellite Network
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