AN APPLICATION SPECIFIC WINDOWS MANAGEMENT INSTRUMENTATION ARCHITECTURE FOR IMPROVING PERFORMANCE ON WIRELESS NETWORK
Lavanya Sankara Narayanan and Murali Baskaran Venugopal
DOI : 10.3844/jcssp.2014.443.452
Journal of Computer Science
Volume 10, Issue 3
Wireless Communications is one of the fastest growing segments in the communications industry. Wireless Network is the network that facilitates communication among two or more computers connected through the standard network protocols, without network cabling. Generally, the Wireless Network is termed as Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN). A WLAN is a collection of network components connected by electromagnetic (radio) waves instead of cables. Each Wireless Network consists of a Network Provider, which provides the network connection to the user. With the help of this network provider, the client (user) can able to transfer the data to and from the server. In this process, if the speed between the client and the server does not match, then there may be the chance for data loss. Due to the data loss, the network performance will get reduced. To avoid these problems, we propose architecture for wireless network communication, in order to reduce the data loss and other problems and to increase the network performance. The proposed architecture can able to perform on both the TCP layer and UDP layer.
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