Downloading: Enhanced QOS-Oriented Distributed Routing Protocol for Hybrid Wireless Networks
International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) | Open Access | Fully Refereed | Peer Reviewed International Journal

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Enhanced QOS-Oriented Distributed Routing Protocol for Hybrid Wireless Networks

Mithun Johny, Renju Samuel

Abstract: As wi-fi interaction benefits reputation, significant research has been dedicated to assisting real-time transmission with strict Quality of Service (QoS) specifications for wi-fi programs. Simultaneously, a wi-fi multiple system that integrates a mobile wi-fi adhoc system (MANET) and a wi-fi facilities system has been proven to be a better alternative for the next creation wi-fi systems. By straight implementing source reservation-based QoS redirecting for MANETs, compounds networks inherit incorrect booking and competition condition problems in MANETs. How to assurance the QoS in multiple systems continues to be an open problem. In this document, we recommend a QoS-Oriented Allocated redirecting method (QOD) to improve the QoS support ability of hybrid networks. Using less transmitting trips and any cast transmitting features of the multiple systems, QOD transforms the bundle redirecting issue to a source arranging issue. QOD features five algorithms 1) a QoS-guaranteed neighbor selection criteria to meet the transmitting wait need, 2) a distributed bundle arranging criteria to further reduce transmission wait, 3) a mobility-based section resizing criteria that adaptively adapts section size according to node flexibility inorder to decrease transmitting time, 4) a traffic repetitive removal criteria to increase the transmitting throughput, and 5) a data redundancy elimination-based transmitting criteria to remove the repetitive information to further improve the transmitting QoS. Analytical and simulator results in accordance with the unique way-point design and the actual human flexibility design show that QOD can provide high QoS efficiency in terms of expense, transmitting wait, mobility-resilience, and scalability.

Keywords: Hybrid wireless networks, multihop cellular networks, routing algorithms, quality of service