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A Review on Better Disjoint Mode in Multipath Routing of E-AOMDV in MANET

Publication Date : 14/04/2016

Author(s) :

Jayashri Ingale , Jayashri Ingale , Prof.V.N.Ghodke.

Volume/Issue :
Volume 3
Issue 4
(04 - 2016)

Abstract :

- A Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANET) is a collection of mobile nodes relying neither on fixed communication infrastructures nor on any base stations to provide connectivity. Each node in the MANET acts both as a host and a router. Designing an efficient and reliable routing protocol for such networks is a challenging issue. For this reason, many routing protocols have been developed, trying to accomplish this task efficiently. Since MANET change their topology frequently, routing in such networks is a challenging task. Multipath routing may improve system performance through load balancing and reduced end-to-end delay . Mobile ad hoc networks, the existing multipath routing protocol AOMDV does not consider the routing metrics such as hop count and energy while selecting the path that leads to inefficient load balancing. . We consider a scheme which could energy conservation, shortest path and load balancing, In this routing scheme, we would consider both the shortest path and the energy conservation in multipath way with proposed energy based multipath routing (E-AOMDV). E-AOMDV selects the number of paths for multipath routing with least hop count and high residual energy while retaining disjoint path selection process of AOMDV. In this review we select the better disjoint mode is contributed by analyzing the performance of E-AOMDV in both node disjoint and link disjoint mode.

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A Review on Better Disjoint Mode in Multipath Routing of E-AOMDV in MANET

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