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Title: Congestion control performance investigation of ModQUIC protocol using JioFi network: A case study
Authors: Kharat P.
Kulkarni M.
Issue Date: 2020
Citation: Journal of High Speed Networks , Vol. 26 , 1 , p. 13 - 26
Abstract: Quick UDP Internet (QUIC) protocol is a transport and application layer solution developed by Google, which is the strong competitor to popular and well established Transmission Control Protocol (TCP). The QUIC protocol is being updated faster resulting into many new versions of the protocol. In this paper, the performance of Modified QUIC (ModQUIC) protocol has been tested with respect to congestion control using India's rapidly growing Internet service provider, the Reliance Jio 4G network (JioFi), which has captured 17% of the market share in a short time. This experimental study investigated ModQUIC protocol performance with congestion control mechanisms CUBIC and Bottleneck Bandwidth Round-trip-propagation-time (BBR) in the JioFi network. The experiment is conducted using a testbed, developed with JioFi and RaspberryPi-3 wireless router along with network emulator: Netem. The ModQUIC performance is verified using test video files stored on Google drive. The performance is tested in packet loss and packet reorder situations using metrics, Throughput and Retransmission Ratio (RTR). We observed that overall ModQUIC/BBR performance is better than ModQUIC/CUBIC in the current Internet. We observed that Reliance Jio is an economical solution for highly populated countries like India, but not a contemporary solution to fulfill India's newly launched digitization project. © 2020 - IOS Press and the authors. All rights reserved.
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