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Quality of Service Aware MDSR & MAODV Routing Protocol using Load Balancing Technique in Mobile Ad-Hoc Network


Kanchanamalai , annamalai university; K. Devarajan, annamalai university


MANET’s, QoS Quality of Service, DSR Dynamic Source Routing, AODV Ad-hoc on- demand Distance Vector Routing, MDSR Modified Dynamic Source Routing, MAODV Modified Ad-hoc on- demand Distance Vector Routing


A Mobile Ad-hoc Network (MANET) is a mobilization of wireless mobile nodes forming an alternate network without the aid of any integrated administration or standard support services. Recently the work on quality of service has attracted more attention in ad-hoc networks. Routing is challenging task in MANETs due to the changing behaviour. Multipath routing allows load balancing to use of multiple paths for routing between a source to destination pair. Load balancing is a general technique that is applied to achieve QoS in MANETs. Multipath routing can decreasing end-to-end and increase throughput and provide quality of service in networks. It exploits the resource redundancy and diversity in the underlying network to provide benefits such as load balancing, increase throughput, and improvement in QoS metrics such as delay and packet loss. In this paper a modified DSR and AODV protocol is purposed which extend the existing DSR and AODV protocol. The proposed work is implemented in NS2 and evaluates its performance and compared with existing protocol.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV6I31072
Published in: Volume : 6, Issue : 3
Publication Date: 01/06/2018
Page(s): 2338-2342

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