The last mile access for residential user are asymmetric. As a result an equal split between the uplink and downlink channel cause inefficient bandwidth utilization. Improper allocation will severely affect the traffic. In this work the main focus is TCP performance during improper bandwidth allocation. The TDD framing in Wi-max is adaptive in the order to make the downlink to uplink bandwidth ratio vary with time. Adaptive channel split ratio, adjust the bandwidth ratio with the help of present traffic profile, transport layer parameters and wireless interference. This scheme will provide higher throughput. The performance of the proposed scheme is validated via ns-2 simulation.
DIGAL, JEMIMAH and SMYS, S.
"ADAPTIVE CHANNEL SPLIT RATIO IN TDD BASED WI-MAX NETWORK FOR LINK IMPROVEMENT ANALYSIS,"
International Journal of Communication Networks and Security: Vol. 2
, Article 6.
Available at: https://www.interscience.in/ijcns/vol2/iss1/6