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Efficient Estimation of Hybrid Wireless Networks using QoS-Oriented Distributed routing protocol

Journal: International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology (IJESRT) (Vol.3, No. 10)

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Page : 420-424

Keywords : Hybrid wireless networks; routing algorithm; quality of service; Data transparent authentication.;

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Hybrid networks are next generation of wireless networks which is a combination of Mobile ADHOC networks and Wireless Infrastructure networks. They are increasingly used in wireless communications that are highly supporting real time transmission with limited Quality of Service. When the transmission link breaks between source node and destination node invalid reservation problem occurs, and when same resource is allocated to two different QoS paths race condition problem occurs. In existing system QoS-Oriented Distributed routing protocol is used to enhance the QoS support capability of hybrid networks, it transforms the packet routing problem to resource scheduling problem which has five algorithms. They are, QoS guaranteed neighbour selection algorithm, Distributed packet scheduling algorithm, Mobility based segment resizing algorithm, Traffic redundant elimination algorithm and Data redundancy elimination based transmission algorithm. The main drawback of hybrid networks is so far examined in minimum transmission hops and has less beneficial feature with limited number of mobile access points, mobility speeds, and mobile workloads and with different network sizes. It can highly perform on random way point model and less in real mobility model. To increase the performance of hybrid networks in real mobility model a method can be proposed to authenticate data streams for transmission. Data Transparent Authentication without Communication overhead is an approach which reduces breakdown of original data or sends out of band authentication information. The future work can be done with increased transmission hops that can perform under various jitter patterns and find the packet loss on both UDP and TCP based data streams.

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