PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OFADAPTIVE MULTIPLE QUEUING DISCIPLINES (AMQD) FORVOIPROUTING IN RANDOM WAY POINT MOBILITY MODEL OVER MANET SCENARIOJournal: International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology (IJESRT) (Vol.5, No. 6)
Publication Date: 2016-06-30
Authors : M. Vijayakumar; V. Karthikeyani;
Page : 445-454
Keywords : QOS (Quality of Services); AMQD (AdaptiveMultiple Queuing Disciplines);
In Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANET), QOS (Quality of Serv ices) in VOIP application plays anextremelysignificantresponsibility. Queuing disciplinesis anissue of concentratedconversation and research in the wireless network field for development of packets from dissimila r traffic flow for dispensation at anexactnode.Hence Mobility takes an important rolein networks to evaluate the presentation of AMQD with different Codec's for voice Over Internet. VOIPis arisingaccepted Internet application toprovidehigh - quality services through Mobile Adhoc Network (MANET).Based on the analysis and assessment of different mobility models such as Random Waypoint Models, Reference point group models,Manhattan Mobility models , it is pointing out that this network also facea lot of challe nges on QOS issueupon the node movement of different mobility. The QoS issues such as packet loss, less throughput, more delay, jitter issues and high energy consumption, Combine these issues together with mobility models, in this paper the researcherestim ate the performance of various VOIP codec with Adaptive Multiple Queuing Disciplines (AMQD) namely, IAE3, DBPQ, CBCRTQ over MANET. Simulation and GUI experiments demonstrate thecomparative analysis of different queuing in quality of services parameters.
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