Call Admission Control Based on Bandwidth Allocation in Ultra Wide Band (UWB) Ad Hoc Networks
In Ultra-Wide Band (UWB) ad hoc networks, admission control and resource management are of major concern. The admission control algorithm helps in resolving infeasible power, reduces the congestion, and guarantees the Quality of Service (QoS) of unlicensed secondary users. The long acquisition time in the UWB transmissions and the near-sender blocking problems can be resolved by resource management effectively. In this paper, an admission control scheme and the resource management in UWB ad hoc routing is proposed. The bandwidth allocation and the bandwidth redistribution methods are employed here for the call admission control.