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The buffer will be near full for a long time which causes the long end-to-end delay.
In the early 5G network deployment period, to ensure continuous 5G service experience, such as HD video, mobile AR/VR, and low-altitude UAV, the network rate needs to reach 50 Mbps to 100 Mbps at least in the downlink and 3 Mbps to 5 Mbps in the uplink, and the end-to-end delay must be within 20 ms.
However, in their experiments, they did not consider the average end-to-end delay, the most important QoS parameter that has a significant impact on the user experience while running an IoT service.
Compared to the standard DCF, better performance is noticed in terms of throughput and end-to-end delay.
In this paper, focus on the problem of minimizing the installation cost with delay constraints such as the maximum link delay and maximum end-to-end delay, especially for networks that can be represented by M/M/1 model [13].
[] represents the maximum allowable end-to-end delay bound of service k.
This buffering is designed to help overcome the intrinsic problems caused by reordering and fluctuations of packets by the unavailability of content resulting from packet loss ratio (PLR), end-to-end delay, network jitter, and throughput rate [38, 39].
The performance metrics are successful reservation ratio, network's throughput, and end-to-end delay. The successful reservation ratio is defined as the ratio of the number of packets sent by a sending node and the number of packets generated by this sending node.
In order to meet the different requirements of traffic users, the routing protocols for VANET should have specific constraints, such as a lowering of the end-to-end delay and packets loss when forwarding packets.
End-to-end delay or one-way delay (OWD) refers to the time taken for a packet to be transmitted across a network from source to destination.
Using metrics like average End-to-End Delay, packet delivery ratio and throughput under TCP and CBR based traffic models the performance of theses protocols were investigated.
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