Mobility Compliance in WSN with Channel Load Balancing
Mobility is the most critical problem found in the wireless sensor network environment where it will affect the normal data transmission process. Higher mobility would also lead to cross channel communication where the reliable routing becomes the most critical problem. In the existing research method, mobility aware routing is done based on channel strength level. However this method doesn’t focus on the interference problems and also QoS issues which might arise due to cross channel communication. This problem is resolved in the proposed research methodology namely QoS aware Channel Load based Mobility Adaptive Routing Protocol (QoS-CLMARP). In this paper, QoS-Oriented Distributed routing protocol (QOD) is introduced to support the QoS support capability of the wireless cross channel communication. And then, this procedure would evaluate the channel load level of every route path available in the network environment to overcome the various issues. Channel-load metric is able to recognize interference better than existing metrics in IEEE 802.11 networks. As a result, this routing metric achieves higher performance than other metrics in the environment with interference that has insufficient radio channel resources like wireless mesh network. This proposed research method can achieve better data transmission performance by forwarding data successfully.
Author's Name: G. Sophia Reena and R. Nedunchezhian
Volume: Volume 15
Issues: Issue 3
Keywords: Mobility of Nodes, Channel Load, Quality of Service Constraints, Interference, Wireless Mesh Network.