Examining the Impact of ATM Adaptation Layers and Service Classes on the Performance of Network

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International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT)          
 
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Volume-67 Issue-3
Year of Publication : 2019
Authors : Omojokun Gabriel Aju, Ajayi Olusola Olajide
  10.14445/22312803/IJCTT-V67I3P124

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MLA Style: Omojokun Gabriel Aju, Ajayi Olusola Olajide "Examining the Impact of ATM Adaptation Layers and Service Classes on the Performance of Network" International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology 67.3 (2019): 124-131.

APA Style: Omojokun Gabriel Aju, Ajayi Olusola Olajide (2019). Examining the Impact of ATM Adaptation Layers and Service Classes on the Performance of Network. International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology, 67(3), 124-131.

Abstract
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is a connection-oriented packet switching high-speed networking technology with a fixed length bytes called cells designed to support voice, video and data communications, and to improve utilization and quality of Service (QoS) on high-traffic networks. ATM provides quality of service capabilities through its service classes and the Adaptation Layers (AAL) which contains the information needed by the destination to reassemble the individual cells back into the original message sits between ATM and the variable-length packet protocols that use ATM. The ATM was designed to support various services, including voice, video and data, and these services require different service classes and adaptation layer needs to support their applications. This experiment is therefore conducted to study how the choice of the adaptation layers as well as the service classes affects the performance of the applications on a network using The Download Response Time, Traffics Sent, Traffics Received, Packet Delay Variation and Packet End-to-End Delay as performance metrics..

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Keywords
Asynchronous Transfer Mode, Adaptation Layers, Service Classes, Applications, Simulation