Bandwidth allocation and routing information for wireless mobile Ad-Hoc networks

Rajeshkumar Ramraj
2010 2010 Seventh International Conference on Fuzzy Systems and Knowledge Discovery  
An admission control Algorithm must organize among flows and should afford assurance of how the medium is shared between nodes. In a wired network, nodes can keep an eye on the medium to see how much bandwidth is being used by the network. On the other hand, in an Ad-Hoc network, during communication nodes possibly will use the bandwidth of neighbouring nodes. Consequently, the bandwidth consumption of flows and the accessible resources to a node are not local concepts, other than it being
more » ... d to the neighbouring nodes in carrier-sensing range. Current solutions do not address how to perform admission control in such an environment so that the admitted flows in the network do not exceed network capacity. Here I present an application to demonstrate how the bandwidth is shared between nodes and the effectiveness of admission control framework to support QoS in Ad-Hoc networks.
doi:10.1109/fskd.2010.5569081 dblp:conf/fskd/Ramraj10 fatcat:dqiqgkvhmfakzetluitqczp2gy