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There are N pieces of data, k of which are broadcasted and the rest of which are sent when requested by clients. Equations to calculate the expected length of the waiting time until clients get the data are following. (a) Expected length of waiting time in the on-demand mode Clients who want to get unpopular data have to wait while popular data is being sent in the broadcast mode because the SDB mechanism sends unpopular data in the on-demand mode after it sends popular data in the broadcast mode.
These services are introduced and their characteristics are analysed. We consider wireless as a transmission media for these services and discuss some of the special characteristics of the wireless platforms. Furthermore, a few existing wireless systems are briefly analysed and their properties are discussed. Special attention is paid on Wireless ATM. It is investigated as a solution for wireless short range multimedia communication and it’s capabilities as a wireless multimedia platform are analysed.
Evaluation results show the effectiveness of this algorithm. 38 1 INTRODUCTlON Recent advances in wireless communication technologies have made it possible for portable computer users to access databases in remote servers at any time and at any location. A variety of information services for many users will be provided soon, but the limited bandwidth available in wireless communication systems causes following problems : (a) When many users access databases at the same time, the communication channel becomes busy and some clients have to wait until others finish their access to the databases.