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Versatile Directing Methodology for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks | Original Article

Vinod S. Wadne*, Y. P. Singh, in Journal of Advances in Science and Technology | Science & Technology


The ad hoc system is nothing but the collection of wireless devices communicating with each other in cooperative ways without using any physical infrastructure. There are number challenges while dealing with such ad hoc system such as routing efficiency, load balancing, security, QoS etc. The communication is performed by using the directing methodologies called as routing protocols. The ad hoc systems like Mobile Ad Hoc Network (MANET) is common research domain in which number of researchers shows their interest on designing different types of directing methodologies. For Ad hoc systems, the designing versatile directing methodologies and protocols is main research problem. The versatility of such routing methods is based on the QoS performance under the different network conditions such as traffic, mobility and scalability factors. Therefore directing methodologies are strong component for QoS improvement in MANET. There are two main types of routing schemes single path and multi path routing protocols. In this, research work, our goal is to presenting the experimental study and analysis of different versatile directing methodologies and their protocols for ad hoc systems (e.g. MANET) by considering the different network considerations. We contributed the novel multi-path based directive methodology to optimize the QoS performance against the state-of-art directive methodologies such as single path and multi path based routing protocols for MANET using the improved source based node disjoint algorithm in terms of throughput, delay, packet delivery rate etc. The proposed method is based on mobility and QoS aware multi-path selecting for efficient data transmission. The simulation results show the effectiveness of proposed directive algorithm for wireless networks against state-of-art methods.