Re: [aqm] [tcpm] TCP ACK Suppression

Simon Barber <simon@superduper.net> Sat, 10 October 2015 23:29 UTC

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The next generation of WiFi is likely to include full duplex - it's 
about the only physical layer thing left!

Simon

On 10/10/2015 4:12 PM, Jonathan Morton wrote:
>> On 11 Oct, 2015, at 02:06, Dave Taht <dave.taht@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> I would certainly have preferred a wifi world that instead of all
>> stations and APs highly contending for bursty access to a single
>> 320mhz channel, we had 160 dedicated, low latency, 5mhz channels, but
>> that is not what the IEEE has handed us.
> Dual radios would be a useful compromise - one 20-40 MHz channel to the AP, one from it.  Stations would still need to negotiate for the channel in the uplink direction, but the AP would be able to transmit on the downlink more freely.
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>   - Jonathan Morton
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