A Routing Framework for Video Traffic in Wireless Multihop Network

A.K.G. Dhana Lakshmi, T Sivarama Krishna


Wireless mobile adhoc networks are comprised of coordinating mobile nodes that needn't bother with any supporting framework or concentrated access point. Notwithstanding challenges postured by wireless networks to mixed media communication, the inborn qualities of mobile impromptu networks make interactive media communication more troublesome as ways are regularly broken, interface limits change and the nodes more often than not have tight power limitations. Much work has been done to improve singular layers in the system convention stack to address these difficulties. As of late different research bunches have proposed changes in view of cross-layer plans, where improvements are not made locally but rather together finished various layers. Our work investigates the purposes behind utilizing cross layer plans and examines both the favorable circumstances and exchange offs of such outlines. We investigate how distinctive parts of the system layer stack might be influenced because of such strategies. We display a study of various cross-layer procedures that have been proposed. Many testing issues in cross-layer plans are yet to be settled. In the review we propose a general system that encourages communication and streamlining over the whole systems administration convention stack to investigate cross-layer outlines. We additionally distinguish a couple of different ranges for future work.


video distortion, distortion minimization, routing protocol.


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