A Study on Bandwidth Estimation Aspects and Approaches

Kiran ., Mamta Sachdeva

Abstract


One of the major requirements of a mobile network is QoS optimization. This optimization can be achieved using different approach applied at different layers. One of such approach is bandwidth estimation and optimization. Bandwidth optimization is the work applied on data link layer and IP layer respective to physical and dynamic estimation. In this paper, a study is defined on bandwidth estimation along with different aspects and the methods. The aspects includes the metrics level study on the estimation applied with different approaches. The aim of this paper is to explore the concept of bandwidth estimation so that the election of the approach and parameters will be done.

Keywords


Bandwidth Estimation, Metrics Analysis, IPlayer

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