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8 August 2003 Study on packet transfer delay of resilient packet ring
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Since Resilient Packet Ring has been the subject of intense research, it is necessary to study and analyze the performance of technology. In this paper, based on queuing theory and M/G/1/K queuing system, the average packet transfer delay following Darwin preliminary draft is analyzed. The results show that high priority traffic gets the lowest delay and the difference between medium and low priority traffic is small. In addition, the larger the network, the less is the difference. Maximum network throughput is also obtained in theory, which is instructive to further promote the related standard and even to design network in practice.
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Ming Jiang, Qingji Zeng, Xu Zhu, and Huandong Zhao "Study on packet transfer delay of resilient packet ring", Proc. SPIE 5244, Performance and Control of Next-Generation Communications Networks, (8 August 2003);

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