Asynchronous Transmission Mode Unified Networking Standard for Quality of Service: A Systematic Review

  • A. Renuka Devi , Dr. T. Anuradha


Technologies that split data into smaller pieces have usually very low output. The data is lost during transmission andthe existing mechanisms are not enough to identify and retransmit the lost cells. In this situation, the solution that can resolve the problem is to perform the transmission process again. But it is not a good idea to transmit the entire data set repeatedly. An alternative method is to retransmit only those individual cells that are missing or lost. The ATM technology integrates to retransmit only those cells that were not properly provided in each packet. It also increases the performance of transmission at every network link by reducing the flow control activity. Recent surveys serve as an effective barometer to determine the evolution of ATM technology and provides how design solution shows unrivaled speed, scalability and fault tolerance through multiple meshed interconnected switches that enable network-wide load sharing. To contribute in this area of research, the present review paper is purposed to summarize the outcomes of the existing literatures on various approaches how asynchronous transmission mode networking standards are contributing to the improvement of quality of service in data transmission. Meanwhile, we also reviewed various types of service categoriesused for the utilization of spare bandwidth in asynchronous transmission mode networks.