Scientific and Technical Journal


ISSN Print 2221-3937
ISSN Online 2221-3805

This work is devoted development the data transmission method in distributed systems with providing characteristics such as mobility, high speed deployment, interactivity, ease of use. Systems of this kind can be used in the fields of culture, art, education, and so on.

The paper presents the architecture of a distributed control system. A communication protocol for transmission of information in such a system, which provides support for a given transmission quality QoS for traffic from server to client in variable load traffic from client to server. The mechanism of transfer traffic multiplexing commands from the server, which increased the size of the network in 2-20 times, was confirmed by experimental studies.

Proposed solutions to this system can be used in the fields of culture, art, education, advertising, and more.

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