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|Title:||Modified QUIC protocol with congestion control for improved network performance|
|Citation:||IET Communications Vol. , , p. -|
|Abstract:||In the networks, a transport layer is responsible for reliable data with guaranteed Quality of Service. A Modified-QUIC protocol provides improved throughput and reduced latency of the network. This work proposes a modification in handshaking mechanism for QUIC protocol to minimize overhead due to control signals and time required to update the congestion-window size. This modification fine-tunes the window update mechanism with the acknowledgment frame, which results in a smooth variation in the congestion-window size. This leads to the control congestion by regulating traffic in the network. In the proposed mechanism, unnecessary time out events are avoided by updating the congestion-window on receipt of the acknowledgment frame. This work has been carried out using two different testbed setups to verify the transport layer and a browser network performance. It has been observed that a Modified-QUIC protocol is easy to deploy, improves the throughput and data rate by 35% and 3.43%, respectively, over the QUIC protocol. The average fairness index is increased with a file size and for the long live traffic. © 2021 The Authors. IET Communications published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd on behalf of The Institution of Engineering and Technology|
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