Autonomous Re-Configuration System with Route Stability in Wireless Networks
In multihop wireless networks experience frequent link failure caused by channel interference, dynamic obstacles, and bandwidth demands. Because of this degradation the wireless networks require expensive manual network management recovery. This paper presents an Autonomous network Reconfiguration System (ARS) using AOMDV protocol and acknowledgement reception. The ARS enables the multi radio, wireless networks to autonomously recover from local link failure to preserve the network performance. The ARS provides necessity channel assignment changes with the help of the AOMDV protocol to improve performance.