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Adhoc on Demand Multipath Reliable and Energy Aware Quality of Service Routing for Mobile Adhoc Networks

V. Thilagavathe1 and K. Duraiswamy1
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Journal of Computer Science
Volume 8 No. 2, 2012, 181-187

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3844/jcssp.2012.181.187

Submitted On: 14 October 2011 Published On: 7 November 2011

How to Cite: Thilagavathe, V. & Duraiswamy, K. (2012). Adhoc on Demand Multipath Reliable and Energy Aware Quality of Service Routing for Mobile Adhoc Networks. Journal of Computer Science, 8(2), 181-187. https://doi.org/10.3844/jcssp.2012.181.187

Abstract

Problem statement: In a mobile adhoc network, there are a number of challenges for providing quality of service routing for multimedia applications and real time applications like voice transmission. The QoS parameters considered in this study are link reliability and energy consumption. Existing studies estimate the link reliability constraint between two nodes using exponentially distributed epoch lengths. The major problem in this approach is that the nodes are having memoryless property and the hazard rate is independent of time. Approach: In study, an analytical expression is proposed to estimate the link reliability of MANET when the nodes have identical weibull distribution where the hazard rate is a function of the time. Adhoc On Demand Multipath Reliable and Energy Aware QoS Routing (AOMP-REQR) protocol is designed by including the QoS constraints (Link Reliability and Energy Consumption) in the existing protocol AOMDV, which finds the multiple link disjoint stable paths. Results: Simulation results show that the proposed algorithm achieves better packet delivery ratio with reduced energy consumption and delay. Conclusion: Since the proposed analytical method estimates the link reliability in better way, AOMP-REQR protocol finds the multiple link disjoint stable paths and also the energy consumption is less.

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Keywords

  • Link reliability
  • energy consumption
  • weibull
  • quality of service
  • stable paths
  • analytical expression
  • mobile adhoc network
  • epoch lengths
  • hazard rate
  • weibull distribution