Energy Efficient Administrator Based Routing Approach in MANET?Journal: International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC (Vol.3, No. 5)
Publication Date: 2014-05-30
Authors : Vimal M. Kotadiya; Altaf B. Mogal;
Page : 721-726
Keywords : MANET; AODV; EEABSR;
MANET is a well-known network in which wireless nodes are connected. The infrastructure-less nature of the mobile ad hoc networks (MANET) causes several issues including energy consumption, node authentication, and secure routing. This paper presents an Energy Efficient and Administrator based Secured Routing (EEABSR) approach in MANET that ensures energy efficient secure routing in MANET. This attempts to reduce the computational overhead to offer an energy efficient scheme. In MANET there is no base station or any other infrastructure, helping to setup or perform the network activity required. Thus in this case the nodes are the routers transferring the data packets themselves. Hence a robust and good routing protocol that will perform all the functions but with an optimized network activity to decrease the network traffic as well as make the transmission fast is very essential. Thus while building the routing protocol, this work kept in mind these three factors: making the transmission fast, decreasing the network traffic and properly utilizing the energy consumed by each router. This paper classifies the nodes in the network into two categories such as administrator nodes, associative nodes based on the range and the position of the nodes in the network. This protocol hopes that, if it is able to set threshold value in the admin nodes, it can guarantee that the admin node successful working in network without failed. The proposed EEABSR outperforms the existing solutions and leads to a decent solution as it sends data at an optimal speed while taking care of the computational overhead.
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