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 Title & Authors
Adaptive Bandwidth Allocation for QoS Guaranteed VLC Based WPAN
Saha, Nirzhar; Mondal, Ratan Kumar; Jang, Yeong Min;
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 Abstract
Visible light communication based wireless personal area network (WPAN) has recently remained in the center of attention, as it shows a lot of promise to a be a perfect replacement for the contemporary Radio frequency (RF) communication at least in the indoor environment. A commercially deployable VLC based WPAN must support diverse traffic requirement for different kinds of service. In this paper, we have proposed an innovative bandwidth allocation scheme for VLC based WPAN. We wish to allocate bandwidth adaptively for users in a network where bandwidth for each user is allocated scalably. Our aim is to allow maximum number of users in a VLC based WPAN where each user is guaranteed their required QoS. The simulation results justify that the proposed scheme is better than the conventional scheme.
 Keywords
VPAN;adaptive bandwidth allocation;QoS;
 Language
English
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