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A Design and Analysis of EOM for Energy Saving and Effective Routing Protocol: AODV and AOMDV
Objective: The main objective of the work is to enhance the routing performance of the network by increasing the quality of service parameters. Increasing the routing performance will lead to increase in the network performance and the efficiency of the existing network. So an algorithm is designed which lead to the higher performance of the network. Method Analysis: In this an algorithm is proposed which is designed on the basis of the residual power of the nodes and the other resources available to the nodes. Using the residual power and other resources information the nodes tries to manage the packet loss in the network by routing the packet through another available path in the network. Findings: The proposed algorithm is implemented using the AODV and AOMDV routing protocol. The AODV and AOMDV routing protocols are analyzed on the basis of various performance metrics and the problem of route failure which leads to packet loss in the network and the increase in the overheads in the network is demolished to some extent. This will lead to better performance of the network and more reliable communication in the environment. There is an incredible increase in the performance metrics of the network which will ultimately leads to network with higher efficiency rate. Improvement: The proposed methodology is an advance version of the previous existing work and there by providing with better results and network scenario which will have higher quality of service parameters.
AOMDV (Ad-hoc on demand multipath distance vector routing protocol), AODV (Ad-hoc on demand distance vector), EOM (efficient optimization module), Path Recovery, Residual Power.
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