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Qos Failover Routing In Tethernet

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Ankita Goswami



Keywords: Tethernet, MANETS, Smart phones, Piconet, Scatternet, Failover and RDP.



Abstarct: Tethering is a concept of sharing of internet of a device with other devices. It’s a low-cost, short-distance, wireless technology which employs the frequency hopping practice in the globally available ISM band to keep away from interference. In the tethering, to form a network, there is a concept of piconet containing master and slaves. These piconets are connected together to establish a big network called scatternet. There are several aspects on which scatternet working depends, like the piconets numbers and bridges, the bridge role, etc. Already established routes consume much more energy for the maintenance hence instead of this, routes can be created on-demand. Thus, consumption can be altered and routes flexibility will inclined. Failover is an another concept that I have included. It’s about transferring one’s control to the other device whenever first device is failed. In this thesis, I have proposed a QoS failover routing that will proficiently form the routes with the QoS desires and will prevent the stoppage of transmission if the transmitting node fails. It will pass its control to another node and allow it to transmit instead of it.



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