Performance Analysis of Large Multi-Interface Wireless Mesh Networks with Multi-Different Bandwidth Channe - 2016


During this paper, we have a tendency to study the asymptotic throughput capacity of a static multi-channel multi-interface infrastructure wireless mesh network (InfWMN) whereby every infrastructure node has m interfaces and c channels of unequal bandwidth are offered. Initial, an upper sure on the InfWMN per-user capability is established. Then, the feasible lower sure springs by construction. We tend to prove that both lower and upper bounds are tight. We limit our analysis for additional practical case of m=c . But, for the asymptotic upper bound, our analysis can be used for the general case in that there is no constraint on m and c. Our study shows that in such a network with Nc randomly distributed mesh clients, Nr frequently placed mesh routers, and Ng gateways, the asymptotic per-client throughput capability has different bounds, that depend on the ratio between the overall accessible bandwidth for the network and therefore the sum of m first greatest data rates of c offered channels

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