Dynamic Channel Allocation using ARS and BFS-CA in WMN
A. S. Devare1, M. P. Wankhade2
1Mr Avinash S Devare, ME II Computer Department, Pune/ SCOE, Vadgaone, India.
2Prof. M. P.Wankhade, Computer, Pune/ SCOE, Vadgaone, India.

Manuscript received on January 05, 2014. | Revised Manuscript received on January  11, 2014. | Manuscript published on January 15, 2014. | PP: 21-27 | Volume-2 Issue-2, January 2014. | Retrieval Number: B0574012214/2014©BEIESP
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Abstract: Traditionally in wireless networks, nodes were operating with a single radio, due to the cost associated with having multiple radios on a node, which was high. Several methods were proposed which aimed to improve the network throughput, for single-radio wireless mesh networks. However, with lowering costs, it has become possible to equip a node with multiple radios. Having multiple radios on a node opens several possibilities and options as to how these radios can be utilized to improve some of the important characteristics of the nodes and the performance of the network. Several interesting studies have been performed on multi-radio nodes and have concluded that in some cases, having multiple radios can considerably improve the throughput and network performance. In this we use the concept of a multi-radio mesh node to analyze the performance of wireless mesh networks in different conditions with different channel assignment schemes. We look at new ways to try and improve the network throughput in wireless mesh networks performance, such as delay, bandwidth, probability of packet loss, delay variance (jitter), and throughput.
Keywords: IEEE 802.11, multiradio wireless mesh networks(mr-WMNs), E-ARS, BFS-CA networks, wireless link failures.