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Congestion Control for Streaming Data Broadcasting over Internet

Publication Date : 30/11/2014

Author(s) :

Ashish Parejiya , Dr. Vinod Desai.

Volume/Issue :
Volume 1
Issue 5
(11 - 2014)

Abstract :

In the last few years, video streaming facilities over TCP or UDP, such as YouTube, Face- time, Daily-motion, Mobile video calling have become more and more popular. The important challenge in streaming broadcasting over the Internet is to spread the uppermost potential quality, observe to the broadcasting play out time limitation, and efficiently and equally share the offered bandwidth with TCP or UDP, and additional traffic types. This work familiarizes the Streaming Media Data Congestion Control protocol (SMDCC), a new adaptive broadcasting streaming congestion management protocol in which the connection’s data packets transmission frequency is adjusted allowing to the dynamic bandwidth share of connection using SMDCC, the bandwidth share of a connection is projected using algorithms similar to those introduced in TCP Westwood. SMDCC avoids the Slow Jump phase in TCP. As a result, SMDCC does not show the pronounced rate alternations distinguishing of modern TCP, so providing congestion control that is more appropriate for streaming broadcasting applications. Besides, SMDCC is fair, sharing the bandwidth equitably among a set of SMDCC connections. Main benefit is robustness when packet harms are due to indiscriminate errors, which is typical of wireless links and is becoming an increasing concern due to the emergence of wireless Internet access. In the presence of indiscriminate errors, SMDCC is also approachable to TCP Tahoe and Reno (TTR). We provide simulation results using the ns3 simulator for our protocol running together with TCP Tahoe and Reno.

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