Adaptive Packet Reservation Multiple Access (A-PRMA) for Broadband Wireless ATM
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An adaptive packet reservation multiple access (A-PRMA) protocol for radio channel access in wireless ATM networks is proposed and presented in this paper. It is shown that A-PRMA supports both constant and variable bit rate services with high efficiency. Simulations show a channel utilization of over 60% for multimedia traffic and 52% for voice traffic.
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