A Survey of Associate Access Points to Increase the Performance of IEEE 802.11 Wirelesses LAN
|Tipirneni Venkata Satyanarayana1, Dr.syed umar2, Devagiri Sayee Chaitanya Reddy3 and Harshad Mahatha.Shaik4
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The wireless LAN is an IEEE standard which gives an efficient bandwidth usage with low cost. It is also called as IEEE 802.11. To maintain better connections from multiple mobile nodes we can access multiple Access point (AP), which can give a best signal for better communication. While communicating from various mobile nodes load will be there at the routers which will imbalance the network by mismatch communication between various access points. As we know that if load increases than the threshold value then the Throughput and Delay will vary. Then the performance degradation of will occur if overload on the Access Points. A scheme is introduced in this paper is the degradation performance of the mobile nodes will be initiated with assistance from the associate Access points which can perform handoff to less load on the Access Points ranges to give better performance.