Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Master (Two Years))Student thesisAlternative title
In this thesis we have focused in the wireless environment and how to run voice application over it. Conducive environment that makes it possible for the voice services to run in wireless is necessary. As we know this well that wireless is a contemporary technology due to it low cost and its effectiveness, and one major advantage of it is the mobility that is one fell free to move anywhere but have the access to the resource. So this makes wireless networks of great value, we in this thesis have focused on wireless LAN’s. In second part of the thesis we have shed some light on the VoIP showing how it works in the wireless environment. Analysis phase is relatively more important phase then the previous section which shows issues or hindrances in carrying voice over wireless environment. This analysis shows that these issues still prevails and should be addresses and the corresponding results are also discussed and by looking at those results we have derived a summery out of it. Next chapter we firstly tried to explain why we have chosen specific protocols and then showing some graphical representation measurements that are to address the problem based on the work done. We tried to evaluate EDCF and DCF as these play important role in handling real time applications like voice. After that we proposed a scheme through which these effects can be minimized and to enhance the method is necessary to avoid the issues still in effect.
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2009. , 76 p.
QoS, VoIP, IEEE 802.11, MAC Layer protocols, EDCF, DCF, Uplink Issues, Downlink Issues, Simulations of DCF and EDCF
IdentifiersURN: urn:nbn:se:bth-1228Local ID: oai:bth.se:arkivex487FE4C6F04417EDC125754F004EAD89OAI: oai:DiVA.org:bth-1228DiVA: diva2:828391
Thesis is Part for Master program in Electrical Engineering with Emphasis on Telecommunication(2007-2009).We have had a very nice time doing this thesis as there was alot of learning. Our examinator was allways there to help us, we are thankfull to Richard for his endless support.2015-05-222009-01-312015-06-30Bibliographically approved