[ADL19] Performance Evaluations in Optical and Wireless Networks for CONDOR project

Revue Internationale avec comité de lecture : Journal Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing, vol. 10, pp. 1-15, 2019, (doi:10.1007/s12652-019-01208-2)

Mots clés: Network performance, Mobile applications, P2P wireless network

Résumé: Wireless and optical networks are widely used nowadays. These networks offer a high throughput thanks to their optical link and allow the development of multiuser applications. Because the network performance is an important issue to provide services to a great number of users while assuring user’s quality of service requirements, CONDOR (CONtribution à la Diffusion de l’histOiRe du traitement de l’information à l’aide du réseau de demain) project aims to evaluate the wireless and optical networks’ performances in terms of link quality, throughput, jitter and delay. Our results show that a high throughput in optical and wireless networks supports a big load through the launched mobile applications while P2P wireless network connections upset some video applications.


@article {
title="{Performance Evaluations in Optical and Wireless Networks for CONDOR project}",
author="I. Ahriz and J. Douin and F. Lemoine and A. Wei",
journal="Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing",