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Evaluation of metrics in hybrid multichannel multiradio wireless mesh networks for multiple dynamic channel interfaces
Published in
2017
Pages: 1 - 5
Abstract
A major problem in Wireless Mesh Network is capacity decrease due to wireless interference. A wireless mesh router with multiple routers and channels is capable of reducing network interference. Static channel allocation and dynamic channel allocation are types of channel allocation. Adaptive Dynamic Channel Allocation protocol (ADCA) is dynamic channel allocation protocol which decreases the packet delay without degrading the network throughput. The hybrid architecture shows much preferred adaptivity to changing traffic over absolutely static scheme without increasing in overhead and attains to lower delay than existing methodologies for hybrid networks. In addition, we have used an Interference and Congestion Aware Routing protocol (ICAR) in the hybrid network which achieves load balancing in the channel usage. Our simulation results show that compared to previous works, ADCA reduces the packet delay considerably without degrading the network throughput. Current hybrid implementation utilizes multiple static interfaces but only single dynamic interface. In this paper, we have implemented a novel scheme which utilized two dynamic interfaces along with two static interfaces so the performance of existing system has boosted. Our system have attain higher throughput and lessen the packet delay than existing system. We have compared our system performance with existing static and hybrid systems.
About the journal
Journal2015 Twelfth International Conference on Wireless and Optical Communications Networks (WOCN)
Open AccessYes