Wi-Fi Word of the Day (WOTD)

Wi-Fi Word of the Day (WOTD)

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TCLAS

- Traffic Classification; the specification of certain parameter values to identify the medium access control (MAC) service data units (MSDUs) belonging to a particular traffic stream (TS). The classification process, performed above the MAC service access point (MAC_SAP) at a quality of service (QoS) access point (AP), uses the parameter values for a given TS to examine each incoming MSDU and determine whether this MSDU belongs to that TS. TCLAS may also occur at non-access point (non-AP) QoS station (STA) with multiple streams. However, such classification is beyond the scope of this standard.
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