{"title":"Seamless Flow of Voluminous Data in High Speed Network without Congestion Using Feedback Mechanism","authors":"T.Sheela, Dr.J.Raja","country":null,"institution":"","volume":26,"journal":"International Journal of Computer and Information Engineering","pagesStart":283,"pagesEnd":288,"ISSN":"1307-6892","URL":"https:\/\/publications.waset.org\/pdf\/6314","abstract":"Continuously growing needs for Internet applications\r\nthat transmit massive amount of data have led to the emergence of\r\nhigh speed network. Data transfer must take place without any\r\ncongestion and hence feedback parameters must be transferred from\r\nthe receiver end to the sender end so as to restrict the sending rate in\r\norder to avoid congestion. Even though TCP tries to avoid\r\ncongestion by restricting the sending rate and window size, it never\r\nannounces the sender about the capacity of the data to be sent and\r\nalso it reduces the window size by half at the time of congestion\r\ntherefore resulting in the decrease of throughput, low utilization of\r\nthe bandwidth and maximum delay. In this paper, XCP protocol is\r\nused and feedback parameters are calculated based on arrival rate,\r\nservice rate, traffic rate and queue size and hence the receiver\r\ninforms the sender about the throughput, capacity of the data to be\r\nsent and window size adjustment, resulting in no drastic decrease in\r\nwindow size, better increase in sending rate because of which there is\r\na continuous flow of data without congestion. Therefore as a result of\r\nthis, there is a maximum increase in throughput, high utilization of\r\nthe bandwidth and minimum delay. The result of the proposed work\r\nis presented as a graph based on throughput, delay and window size.\r\nThus in this paper, XCP protocol is well illustrated and the various\r\nparameters are thoroughly analyzed and adequately presented.","references":null,"publisher":"World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology","index":"Open Science Index 26, 2009"}