Analysis and Design of Distributed Wireless Network Using Multipath Routing Protocol
|H.James Deva Koresh1 and J.Vijitha Ananthi2
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A multi-hop distributed wireless network can provide a rapidly deployable, mobile communication infrastructure that is suitable for many scenarios of topology changes. Here, Introduced a new access control scheme which is composed of the coordinated distributed scheduling and multi-path routing protocol these proposed for distributed wireless networks. In which, cross-layer designed and some metrics such as priority and staying time are introduced in order to meet different QoS demands and maintain scheduling fairness, and then the optimal and sub-optimal routes are selected in term of the minimum SNR and delay, guarantee the system fairness and adapt to topology changes.