Document Type : Primary Research paper
Adhiparasakthi Engineering College, Melmaruvathur,Chennai – 603319 Tamilnadu,India
Easwari Engineering College, Chennai – 60089,Tamilnadu,India
Wireless mesh networks (WMNs) are a promising technology development aiding seamless communication and interference less communication across heterogeneous environment. Due to the presence of heterogeneous devices, the rate of traffic flow is least organized with the devices resulting in performance degradation. In this article, distributed traffic scheduling (DTS) with dynamic queue management (QM) is discussed. The aim of this proposed method is to improve the quality of service (QoS) of WMN users. This method addresses traffic scheduling and queue management as a linear optimal problem to maximize network throughput. QoS optimization is achieved by suppressing the constraints in a representation plane for resolving transmission and queuing errors while handling multiple flows. This method is effective for resource constraint scalable WMN users demanding a better QoS. The dynamic queue management process permits effective acquisition and allocation of flows of varying packet sizes. The performance of the proposed method is verified using simulation and the metricssuch as throughput, delay, packet loss and slots are assessed.