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QoS Routing in Ad Hoc Wireless Networks

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QoS Routing in Ad Hoc Wireless Networks
Abstract-- The emergence of nomadic applications have recently generated much interest in wireless network infrastructures that support real-time communications. In this paper, we propose a bandwidth routing protocol for quality-of-service (QoS) support in a multihop mobile network. The QoS routing feature is important for a mobile network to interconnect wired networks with QoS support (e.g., ATM, Internet, etc.). The QoS routing protocol can also work in a stand-alone multihop mobile network for real-time applications. Our QoS routing protocol contains end-to-end bandwidth calculation and bandwidth allocation. Under such a routing protocol, the source (or the ATM gateway) is informed of the bandwidth and QoS available to any destination in the mobile network. This knowledge enables the establishment of QoS connections within the mobile network and the efficient support of real-time applications. In addition, it enables more efficient call admission control. In the case of ATM interco...
C. R. Lin
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Year 1998
Where LCN
Authors C. R. Lin
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