TCP Optimal Performance in Wireless Networks Applications
Emad Qaddoura, Abdelghani Daraiseh, Wesam A. Mobaideen, Rushdi Muammar and Soliman Al-Walaie
DOI : 10.3844/jcssp.2006.455.459
Journal of Computer Science
Volume 2, Issue 5
Mobile Ad Hoc Network (MANET) consists of dynamic topology as nodes in the network are mobile, and connected via wireless links. The nodes are grouped in clusters for the purpose of routing. Nodes within the cluster communicate directly. However, nodes communicate outside the cluster through a centralized node that is called a clusterhead. An elected clusterhead is assigned for communication with all other clusters. The centralized clusterhead can become a bottleneck and possibly cause a lower throughput for the clustering system. We propose a mechanism in which communication outside the cluster is distributed through separate clusterheads. We prove that the overall averaged throughput for the clustering system increases considerably, about doubles for our distributed number of clusterheads. We also show that the increase in overall averaged throughput is reduced by the increase in the overall averaged error rate ratio resulting from the added clusterheads. Additionally, the routing reliability to outside the cluster is increased since routes to different clusters use distinct clusterhead.
© 2006 Emad Qaddoura, Abdelghani Daraiseh, Wesam A. Mobaideen, Rushdi Muammar and Soliman Al-Walaie. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.