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This paper provides a comprehensive survey of various routing metrics that have been proposed for wireless mesh networks and two new routing metrics have been proposed. Avoidance of congestion at nodes, high throughput, low levels of interference, isotonicity, efficient utilization of channel capacity, minimal transmission delay are some of the desired characteristics of a good routing metric for wireless mesh networks. The authors compare the existing routing metrics based on the above characteristics and propose two new routing metrics that meet the above considerations.
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