Queuing theory and Markov chain analysis plays vital role in analyzing real-life problems. It is applied to wired network, wireless network and mobile communication to analyze the packet traffic in packet switched network. In this simulation and analysis, integrated communication system such as voice and data is simulated with different queue size for voice calls with different arrival and service rate and its results are analyzed to study the impact of buffering of voice and data calls for the proposed integrated wired network using Queuing theory and Markov chain analysis. We also propose to optimize the system characteristics in an attempt to provide better Quality of Service (QoS) for systems with integrated voice and data calls. The proposed models have two traffic flow namely voice calls (real-time traffic like audio) and data calls (data traffic like FTP). A single channel is assigned for voice and data calls. The incoming voice and data calls are queued when the channel is busy. Voice calls are delay-sensitive therefore priority is assigned to Constant Bit Rate (CBR) traffic voice request. For such systems, it is important to analyze the impact of buffering the voice calls as well as data calls for various mean arrival rates and mean service times for voice and data call requests. The impact of buffering the voice calls with different queue size, mean arrival rates and service rate are analyzed. These results of dedicated integrated voice and data communication system can be used for simulating any type of wired network. The minimum buffer or jitter required for both the traffic is calculated using Packet Delivery Fraction (PDF).
Chavan, V M.; Kuber, M M.; and Mukhedkar, R J.
"Simulation and Analysis of Impact of Buffering of Voice Calls in Integrated Voice and Data Communication System,"
International Journal of Smart Sensor and Adhoc Network: Vol. 2
, Article 8.
Available at: https://www.interscience.in/ijssan/vol2/iss2/8