ICCCES-16

CROSS LAYER DESIGN FOR WIRELESS LOCAL AREA NETWORKS (802.11) (140646)

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Abstract : Wireless local area Networks (WLAN) have grown to become a really engaging answer to supply network connectivity,providing user quality,flexibility and simple deployment at a comparatively low cost. The recognition and,therefore,the traffic load of WLANs grows furthermore because the necessity to support real - time delay - sensitive applications like voice,video streaming or online gaming. Therefore,the requirement for higher efficiency and Quality of Service (QoS) guarantees becomes necessary. With the speedy development in wireless communication technologies,the IEEE 802.11 WLANs are experiencing a huge acclaim and widespread deployment. Designed with ancient layered design,current WLANs adopt functional layer division and aim at optimization at individual layers. However,in a highly dynamic and media sharing wireless atmosphere,the capability enhancements at individual physical layers might not essentially profit,and typically even deteriorate the system performance with multiple users.

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Modified Date : 2016-01-30

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Mr. Sachin D. Latkar, , Dr. Mrs. Swati V. Sankpal , "CROSS LAYER DESIGN FOR WIRELESS LOCAL AREA NETWORKS (802.11)", IJIERT - International Journal of Innovations in Engineering Research and Technology, ICCCES-16, ISSN : 2394-3696, Page No.