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Wireless Mesh Networking (WMN) technology provides a key revolutionary to the future backbone network access. WMN adopt a multihop based transmission to improve end to end data delivery. The 802.11s MAC (Medium Access Control) is designed using CSMA (Carrier Sense Medium Access) protocol which result in collision of slot due to failure in detecting hidden node in WMN. Various methodologies have been developed to optimize the MAC and hidden node and exposed node detection algorithm in recent time to utilize slot efficiently and reduce latency. Slot reutilization is an effective way in reducing latency but due to improper detection of hidden node of existing algorithm the latency is increased. To overcome this, our work propose an efficient device classification based MAC scheduler by adopting a cross layer design to reduce the latency. The experiment are conducted by varying network size and density and the outcome shows that the proposed approach perform better than existing CSMA/OCA in term of latency.
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, D. M. N. (2018). Cross Layer Design to Reduce the Latency for Effective Scheduling Technique for Mobile Ad hoc Networks. International Journal on Future Revolution in Computer Science &Amp; Communication Engineering, 4(2), 241–246. Retrieved from http://www.ijfrcsce.org/index.php/ijfrcsce/article/view/1204