Energy Efficiency QoS Assurance Routing in Wireless Multimedia Content Deliver Network

International Journal of Computer & Organization Trends  (IJCOT)          
© 2013 by IJCOT Journal
Volume-3 Issue-3                          
Year of Publication :  2013
Authors : Poornima. K.R, Reka.R, Sasikala.K


 Poornima. K.R, Reka.R, Sasikala.K "Energy Efficiency QoS Assurance Routing in Wireless Multimedia Content Deliver Network" . International Journal of Computer & organization Trends  (IJCOT), V3(3):1-4 May - Jun 2013, ISSN:2249-2593, Published by Seventh Sense Research Group.


The problem of low penetration of multicast and QoS enabling mechanisms in IP networks, overlay network techniques are used that avoid undue duplication of Multimedia streaming flows while transcoding or scalable encoding can be used for graceful adaptation of the stream to the capabilities of access systems. The idea described in this paper is based on a flexible network independent platform which can be easily deployed through the use of personal computers. It employs overlay network solutions for setting up the media distribution scheme, independently from the underlying network. It incorporates mechanisms for dynamic setup and discovery of nodes, adaptability to network conditions and self- configuration, Route Maintenance with help of AODV .The design and implementation of the Relay Modules, an essential element in such an architecture, is outlined. It can be deployed at low powered end systems, simple PCs or even IN complex scenario and successful tests have been carried out demonstrating using NS2 simulation tool that this implementation can be easily and transparently deployed on top of any underlying network. Content Delivery Networks.


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AODV, QoS, Routing, Multicast, Multimedia Streaming, Throuput.