The QoS Multi Meshed Tree Routing is a routing protocol designed to provide Quality of Service (QoS) in Tethered Mobile Ad hoc Networks (tMANET) in terms of bandwidth. This project is a part of the research project titled "Framework for Seamless Roaming, Handoff, and QOS Mapping in Next Generation Networks conducted at the Laboratory for Wireless Networking and Security, headed by faculty member Dr. Nirmala Shenoy. OPNET (Optimum Performance Network), a well-known network simulation tool, is used to implement the design and conduct performance studies of QoS MMT. QoS MANET protocol implements features such as route discovery, link failure identification, bandwidth calculation, resource reservation, and resource release. Various simulations were run to collect statistics of the following performance parameters: Node-Joining Time, End-End delays, Throughput, Route failure notification, and Route availability which were analyzed.
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Gogula, Vishal, "QoS multi meshed tree routing in tethered MANET" (2005). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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