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Implementation And Evaluation Of Wireless Mesh Networks On Manet Routing Protocols

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ISSN (Print) : 2319-5940 ISSN (Online) : 2278-1021

International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering Vol. 2, Issue 6, June 2013

Implementation and Evaluation of Wireless Mesh Networks on MANET Routing Protocols
Shashi Bhushan1,Anil Saroliya2 ,Vijander Singh3 Research Scholar, Computer Science, Amity University, Jaipur, India 1 Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Amity University, Jaipur, India 2 Senior Lecturer, Computer Science, Amity University, Jaipur, India 3
Abstract—Wireless Mesh Network (WMN) is a kind of network which is made up of Mesh router and Mesh clients where Mesh router having lesser mobility and form the heart of WMNs. In this ...view middle of the document...

..Unfortunately nodes in MANET are limited in energy, Bandwidth...These resources constraints pose a set of non-trivial problems, in particular, routing and flow control [1]. Emergence of wireless network is in 1970 and it became popular in computing as well as communication industries. Mobile wireless network are of two types [2][8] infrastructure network and infrastructure less mobile network. In infrastructure less nodes can move freely and make their own route with the help of topology and it may change rapidly according to time. Infrastructure less network is known as Ad hoc network. MANETs stands for Mobile Ad hoc Networks. Mobile Ad hoc Network is a collection
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of mobile nodes in wireless technique. It never uses the existing network infrastructure and made its own temporary network. Ad hoc networks setup is not expensive and no access points or base stations are needed for it. A geographical area in which there are a number of mobile devices or users are present makes Wireless multi hop ad hoc network. Devices or mobile user which makes wireless multi hop ad hoc network is called as nodes. Nodes communication takes place with the help of radio transmitter and receiver. The performance is measured by its routing protocols. These protocols have two categories re-active and proactive. Proactive protocol DSDV is considered to be a traditional protocol which finds routes between all source –destination pairs regardless of the use or need for such routes. The key motivation behind the development of reactive routing protocols like DSR and AODV is the reduction of routing load. We are taking consideration over the re-active protocols DSR and AODV. A re-active protocol does not take

ISSN (Print) : 2319-5940 ISSN (Online) : 2278-1021

International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering Vol. 2, Issue 6, June 2013

initiative for finding routes. Re-active protocols find their routes with the help of flooding query. The main perspective behind MANET is that in today’s life, the majority uses wireless technology and they need an infrastructure less network so they can move easily (for e.g. mobile). So to provide them mobility we are making the network as best as we can with the help of different routing protocols.

Figu1 [4] General Mobile Ad Hoc Network Architecture

The Role of QoS routing strategy is to compute paths that are suitable for different type of traffic generated by various applications while maximising the utilization of network resources. But the problem of finding multi-constrained paths has high computational complexity, and thus there is a need to use algorithms that address this difficulty. The major objective of QoS routing are i) To find a path from source to destination satisfying users requirements. ii) To optimize network resource usage and iii) To degrade the network performance when unwanted things like congestion , path breaks...

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