Enhancement of Mobile Ad-Hoc Network Lifetime by Energy Efficient Dynamic State Routing Algorithm

Authors

  • Rutuja A. Patil Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, D. Y. Patil College of Engineering & Technology, Kolhapur, India
  • Swati V. Sankpal Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, D. Y. Patil College of Engineering & Technology, Kolhapur, India

Keywords:

Mobile Ad-Hoc networks, energy-efficient routing protocols, simulation analysis, network lifetime, energy efficiency dynamic state, grid formation

Abstract

Wireless ad-hoc network is a fast-developing research area with vast variety of applications. Wireless ad-hoc network also called Mobile ad-hoc network (MANET). Energy efficiency continues to be a key factor in limiting the deploy ability of ad-hoc networks. Deploying an energy-efficient system exploiting the maximum lifetime of the network has remained great challenge for years. The major concern in the wireless network in recent days is energy consumption. There are numerous algorithms proposed to overcome this issue. The Energy Efficiency Dynamic State (EEDS) algorithm is proposed. In EEDS the intermediate nodes are participating in routing and node energy is monitored all the time. Whenever there is an energy drop of 10% occur in intermediate node, new neighboring node will assign its work. Like this we save energy in the individual node. This will use to increase the network consistency also improves the lifetime of network. Our result is better than existing methods.

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Published

18-10-2021

How to Cite

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R. A. Patil and S. V. Sankpal, “Enhancement of Mobile Ad-Hoc Network Lifetime by Energy Efficient Dynamic State Routing Algorithm”, IJRESM, vol. 4, no. 10, pp. 30–33, Oct. 2021.

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