A Review on Methodologies for Capacity Improvement with Minimum Delay in WMN | Abstract

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A Review on Methodologies for Capacity Improvement with Minimum Delay in WMN

Abstract

In recent years there is explosive growth towards wireless broadband technologies which accelerating the need to design an efficient “last mile” access network in a cost-effective manner. Wireless Mesh Network (WMN) is emerging as promising technology for many useful applications. Over the past decade the size, cost and power requirements of radios has declined, enabling multiple radios to be contained within a single mesh node, thus allowing for greater modularity each can handle multiple frequency bands and support a variety of functions as needed such as client access, packet forwarding and scanning with minimum relays between nodes in wireless network. In order to making cost –efficient network different routing protocols are proposed. In this paper after analysing the different methodologies we use improved methodology that will not only find the shortest path but also making an efficient network by minimizing the delay from source to destination nodes in wireless network.

Pramila N Tantubay , Shrikrishna D Patil, Shripad V Kulkarni

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