Power enhancement based link quality for wireless mesh network

Mohammad Khalaf Rahim Al-juaifari, Hussain Mumtaiz Alshamy, Noor Hassan Abed Khammas


Energy consumption of wireless network communication is still a big issue and a lot of research papers have proposed many solutions to increase node life time. The WMN architecture is made up of a fixed and mobile component, whereas the Wireless Mesh Networks (WMNs) are multi-hop wireless networks with instant deployment, self-healing, self-organization and self-configuration features. The reduction in the distance by a factor of two can result in at least four times more powerful signals at the receiver. This paper presents suggestions that the links are more reliable without the increase in power of the transmitter in individual nodes. As a result, the present simulations networks are nine mobile nodes for considering coverage issues of the service area. The analytic results show that the link power node for direct communication between two nodes with long distance consuming more power than it is cleared. The improvement in the network performance for maintaining is available and this solution can be used to implement mobility in such case with low power region for the wireless mesh networks.


energy consumption; link quality; power control; WMN: 802.11s; WMNs;

DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijece.v11i2.pp%25p
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