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Energy Efficiency and Better Throughput in MANET using Improved AOMDV


Nisarg A Patel , Alpha College of Engineering & Technology; Manojkumar B Patel, Alpha College of Engineering & Technology; Ankit K Patel, Pacific University


AOMDV, better energy and throughput, wireless ad-hoc network, MANET


In Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANET) all the nodes are mobile in nature having limited battery capacity that is called energy. Because of the dynamic behavior of network link are not maintained for long time. All nodes in network are energy dependent and efficient energy utilization is one of the important issues in MANET. The location based DREAM (Distance routing Effect Algorithm for Mobility) protocol are maintained the location information of each node with respect to sender and receiver. Our Work is towards a new location based energy efficient scheme with better throughput AOMDV protocol. In this scheme energy dependent nodes are do routing with AOMDV protocol by using the concept of location based protocol DREAM. Nodes in network are not intimated about their energy status, for that remove the suddenly link breakage. If the nodes in network are know about the energy status and also about the status of location of receiver that reduces the energy consumption with better throughput. The Final Result gives better energy utilization and improved the throughput in network with better packet delivery ratio and end to end delay. Simulation did by using ns-2 simulator for efficient use of energy with better throughput. The performance measured on the basis of performance parameter like Routing Protocol, Simulation time, Traffic type (TCP & UDP), Packet size, Node movement at maximum Speed, Transmission range, Transmission Energy, Receiving Energy, Idle Energy Consumption, Sleep Energy Consumption, Normal Routing Load and Packet Delivery Ratio.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV2I4008
Published in: Volume : 2, Issue : 4
Publication Date: 01/07/2014
Page(s): 17-22

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