Presented Paper at National conference on ADVANCED COMPUTING titled QoS AND ROUTING IN REGULAR WIRELESS MESH TOPOLOGY at PG and Research Department of Computer Science, Jamal Mohamed College (Autonomous), Tiruchirappalli-620020.
1. QoS & Routing in Regular Wireless Mesh Topologies Presented by S. SyedNizamudeen, (M.B.A.), Jamal Institute of Management Trichy On Behalf of A.MohamedAzhar Ali, (M.E.), M.I.E.T. Engg College Trichy
Our interest is in create a mesh to interconnect all the wireless nodes where nodes are out of the coverage area of the access point.
3. To utilize all paths, each node must receive messages from a set of upstream neighbors and forward these messages to a set of downstream neighbors. 4. To utilize the results inpractical applications, it is assumed that each message packet contains the location of both the source and the destination. 5. As the messages propagate through the network, every intermediate node could easily computewhich of its immediate neighbors are on a shortest path to thedestination. 6. In addition, the results of this section allow the intermediate node to know its relative position in the contour. 7. We show how this location information can be used to effectively exploit all the available shortest paths in a contour. 8. QOS mechanism also implemented to ensure the reliability.