Tra, Ferdinand and Radzik, José and Bousquet, Michel and Combes, Stéphane and Fraboul, Christian Study of the CAC mechanisms for telecommunications systems with adaptive links according to propagation conditions. (2005) In: International Workshop on Satellite and Space Communications 2005 (IWSSC 2005), 08-09 Sept 2005, Siena, Italy .
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This paper presents the framework and the activities of a PhD research work in progress supported by Alcatel Alenia Space in collaboration with TeSA and SUPAERO. It deals with Connection Admission Control (CAC) for Telecommunications Systems with adaptive links according to propagation conditions. Indeed, in high frequency bands communications, deep fadings may occur because of atmospheric propagation losses. The mitigation techniques used to counteract fades impacts the system capacity, therefore the CAC mechanism. The CAC which only uses current capacity information may lead to intolerable dropping of admitted connection, and thus breaches the QoS guarantees made upon connection acceptance. New CAC mechanisms shall be studied to take into account the capacity variation and the mitigation techniques (IFMT) developed to compensate the attenuation in Ka and above frequency range.
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