Several softwares have been developed for computer-aided design of radio networks. The first constitutive element of such a tool is the propagation modelling algorithm. The second is the planning process providing positions and setup of access points. This paper outlines the frequency channel allocation problem (FAP). In this paper a new QoSbased FAP criterion is formulated. This QoS criterion measures the overall throughput taking downlink interference into account.
This paper addresses the problem of supporting adaptive QoS resource management in mobile ad hoc networks, by proposing an able model for providing comparative end-to-end QoS between classes. The effectiveness of the proposed solution in meeting preferred QoS differentiation at a specific node and from end-to-end are assessed by imitation using a queuing network model implemented in QNAP. The experiments results show that the proposed solution provides consistent proportional differentiation for