This question is about Queuing Theory of Advanced Computer NetworksAn access point (Access Point) is connected to a line with capacitypeak of 100 Mb / s on the one hand and on the other serves a wireless network withpeak capacity of 11 Mb / s. The packets that are transmitted on both networks areof 500 bytes. So:1. What will be the maximum number of packets that can be transmitted by Second in the network of (a) 100Mb / s and the network of (b) 11 Mb / s?2. If the access point service ratio is 2,200 packets per second and is described by an Exponential distribution. What is going to be the blocking probability when the access point can only store 10 packets in its row and the arrival rate is 1,870 packets per second (Poisson process)?

An access point (Access Point) is connected to a line with capacity

peak of 100 Mb / s on the one hand and on the other serves a wireless network with

peak capacity of 11 Mb / s. The packets that are transmitted on both networks are

of 500 bytes. So:

1. What will be the maximum number of packets that can be transmitted by Second in the network of (a) 100Mb / s and the network of (b) 11 Mb / s?

2. If the access point service ratio is 2,200 packets per second and is described by an Exponential distribution. What is going to be the blocking probability when the access point can only store 10 packets in its row and the arrival rate is 1,870 packets per second (Poisson process)?

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