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Lecture21 - ECE-547 Introduction to Computer Communication...

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Purdue University ECE ECE - - 547 547 Introduction to Computer Introduction to Computer Communication Networks Communication Networks Instructor: Instructor: Xiaojun Xiaojun Lin Lin Lecture Lecture 21 21
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Purdue University Optimal packet length Optimal packet length ¾ Packet length: l + l’ where l’ = header Packet length ¾ Assume P b = bit error probability is independent from bit to bit ¾ The larger the value of l, the higher the probability of that frame is in error ¾ The larger the value of l, the less the overhead
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Purdue University Optimal packet length Optimal packet length ¾ P = probability of frames in error = 1 – (1-p b ) l+l’ If (l + l’) p b << 1 then we can use p ~ (l + l’) p b (using Taylor expansion) L bits (log scale) D ¾ ( H.W .) D= Ave. max data rate in each scheme? ¾ Find l such that D is maximized
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Purdue University ¾ ¾ Regulate the packet injection rate at the source so that the
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