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carriers a statutory license for certain retransmissions of local
These high data rates have become possible as a result of inclusion of new technologies such as Link Adaptation Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request (HARQ) Retransmissions and Fast Packet Scheduling.
0], we can note that, even when no recovery retransmissions occur, the efficiency have a maximum for a certain length of the transmitted frame.
As we can easily imagine, the frequency of retransmissions increases in proportion to the degree of network congestion.
1] is generated within the contention window for the next transmission attempt, where on a packet's i-th retransmission
When it comes to error correction, end-to-end retransmission is very expensive.
deemed such retransmissions "performances," and therefore
The long transmission time is mainly caused by network retransmissions.
In addition, the ClearBeam GSM/GPRS solution reduces interference by as much as six times - improving throughput for data applications and significantly reducing both dropped calls and retransmissions.
Wave's Campus PRC protocol solves the problem of hidden transmitters and packet retransmissions not addressed by 802.
With ALC 7, we experienced no errors, no retransmissions and no dropped or corrupted data.
Traffic optimization: SpeedServer sets data transfer rate to ensure the slowest segment of the connection operates at capacity, minimizing retransmissions.
It interfaces with every component of the paging system and controls all major functions including the batching and scheduling of outbound paging, the coordination of two-way inbound responses and originated transmissions, retransmissions as required, and the return of two-way page status information and replies to the paging terminal.
A minimum level of bandwidth, or quality of service, can be guaranteed for every user, so packet loss and retransmissions are greatly reduced.
For accounting, troubleshooting and performance analysis, managers can generate reports that capture flow statistics, retransmissions, "top 10" talkers and listeners, and other useful operational information.