Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2016, Volume: 9, Issue: 19, Pages: 1-7
T. Sudhakar and H. Hannah Inbarani
Objectives: Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANETs) are self configuring mobile nodes each mobile node connected with other mobile node without any physical connection, nodes connected thorough wireless links. Major issues in MANET are routing and mobility. Each mobile node can act as router, it stores routing information such as Neighborhood id, hop count, source and destination address. Analysis: Here, we have compared indoor mobility models of Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANETs) such as Manhattan Grid (MG), Random way Point (RWP) and Random Direction (RD) mobility models. This comparison based on their existing routing protocols like Dynamic Source Routing (DSR) and Ad hoc On Demand vector (AODV) protocols. Mobility node (MN) plays a very significant role while moving node from one to another. Mobility scenarios are created with help of BonnMotion tool version 2.1.3. The full simulation work done under Network Simulator 2.3.4. Findings: We have compared Routing protocols with different mobility models under different scenarios; found RWP-DSR gives some better results. Improvement: Out of three mobility models, RWP-DSR mobility model gives better results when compared with other models. The Performance measurements are based on various QoS parameters like Average End to End Delay, Average Throughput and Average Packet Delivery Ratio. In Future we implement a novel Bio inspired mobility models based on group mobility behavior.
Keywords: Bonn Motion, MG, Mobility Models, RD, Routing Protocols, RWP
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