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Improving the QoS Routing Algorithms of the IEEE 802.11 based Reliable Mesh Networks


Abhishek Kumar Fenin , Shekhawati Institute of Engineering & Technology, Sikar; Dinesh Choudhary, Shekhawati Institute of Engineering & Technology, Sikar


WMN, MANET, Routing, QoS, PDR, E2E Delay, Throughput


A wireless mesh network (WMN) is a particular type of Mobile Ad Hoc Network (MANET), which plans to give pervasive high transmission capacity access to an expansive number of clients. An unadulterated MANET is powerfully shaped by cell phones without the prerequisite of any current foundation or earlier system design. Like MANETs, a WMN likewise has the capacity of self-association, self-finding, self-mending, and self-setup. Nonetheless, a WMN is regularly an accumulation of stationary work switches with each utilizing various radios. A few MRs has wired associations and go about as the Internet entryways (IGWs) to give Internet availability to different work switches. These new highlights of WMNs over MANETs empower them to be a promising option for high broadband Internet get to. In this part, we expand on the advancement from MANETs to WMNs and give an extensive comprehension of WMNs from hypothetical angles to useful conventions, while contrasting it and MANETs. Specifically, we center on the accompanying basic issues as for WMN organization: Throughput, End to End Delay, Packet Delivery Ratio and Routing Overhead. Toward the end some open issues and future headings in WMNs talked about.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV7I60150
Published in: Volume : 7, Issue : 6
Publication Date: 01/09/2019
Page(s): 152-157

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