Adaptive Header Compression for Wireless Networks
TCP/IP header compression has long been used to send
information efficiently and to improve the response time of
communication systems. It is also well known that errors
on the link where header compression is used can deteriorate
the performance. In addition, the recently noticed
high frequency of some computer networking problems can
make the performance of header compression even worse.
These problems include packet reordering and packet errors
that avoid link layer error detection. In this paper, we
analyze the influence of these problems on existing header
compression algorithms. We also propose an adaptive
header compression that gives better performance.
See full paper.
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