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Automatically configured, optimised and QoS aware wireless mesh networks

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Automatically configured, optimised and QoS aware wireless mesh networks
Wireless mesh networks (WMNs) are comprised of nodes with multiple radio interfaces and provide broadband residential internet access or connectivity to temporal events. Our goal is to simplify the network deployment of such a mesh network, and towards that we are presenting procedures for automatic configuration and optimisation of the network. We first present an architecture framework that supports the integration of key mechanisms to ensure the optimisation of the performance of a wireless mesh network. Secondly, we present three key mechanisms, namely autoconfiguration, channel assignment and quality of service (QoS) enforcement based on QoS routing. We provide a method for automatic mesh start-up, joining a node into an existing mesh network and automatic repair of temporary connectivity outage, targeting at simplifying the node configuration as much as possible. The second mechanism supports an efficient algorithm for joint channel selection and topology control, supporting diff...
Elias Z. Tragos, Raffaele Bruno, Emilio Ancillotti
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where PIMRC
Authors Elias Z. Tragos, Raffaele Bruno, Emilio Ancillotti, Krzysztof Grochla, Vasilios A. Siris
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