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Re: stds-802-16: QoS: Service table
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Jim (and others interested in QoS parameters),
I would like to propose that the packet based services use packet error
rates for their error rate criteria. Bit error rates are typical for
the circuit based services, but packet based services are best specified
either as packet error rates or a combination of packet and bit error
rates. Depending upon the modulation and coding, packet error rates are
not necessarily correlated with bit error rates and the packet based
services upper layers will respond to packet error rates, not bit error
> To the QoS Ad-hoc Committee and members of 802.16:
> I have attached the Quality of Service table which Dave Jarrett started
> at the Denver meeting last week. This table summarizes the requirements
> that the 802.16 standard will need to meet if it is to serve the ervice
> classes given in the table. The table represents the budget available
> to the access network Separate text can present an application-layer
> view of the requirements, but the backbone network consumes much of that
> budget, for example in transcontinental propagation delays.
> Contributions are solicited for table values, together with references
> to the source of the numbers, preferably a T1, ETSI, or ITU document.
> Also, suggestions for changing the entries are welcome. These could
> include combining some of the entries if the services and values are
> very similar, the deletion of columns that are not really pertinent, or
> the rewording of items to improve clarity.
> I'll try to merge the input I receive over the next few days and send it
> back out. Some editorial prerogative will be exercised to combine
> similar contributions, but items on which there is not agreement will be
> left with multiple entries that we can choose between by e-mail or in
> the next meeting. Also, please defer contributions of wording to go
> with the paragraph; we'll do that as a second step.
> We'll try to schedule a morning or afternoon session at the Boulder
> meeting in September.
> Contributions by all are welcome; members of the QoS A Committee are
> especially urged to get their responses in early.
> Thanks to all.
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