Investigation of the Sensitivity of UMTS Traffic Classes to Time-Correlated Errors on an IPv6, Linux-based Rel'99 UTRAN Testbed

Hugues Van Peteghem, Laurent Schumacher

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Abstract

Wireless networks encounter typically more errors than wired ones, and these errors are time-correlated. This paper presents how our UTRAN testbed emulates this behaviour based on a modified Gilbert-Elliot model taking into account the nature of the transport channel (shared/dedicated). The paper also presents the impact of this error characteristic on the four different traffic classes in a Rel′99 UMTS network.
Original languageEnglish
Journalthe 2nd Management Committee Meeting of COST2100 - Lisbon (Portugal), 26-28 February 2007
Publication statusPublished - 2007

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