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Random Construction of Adhoc Network Scenarios for Wireless Nodes with Restricted Mobility Matter

Journal: International Journal of Engineering and Techniques (Vol.4, No. 2)

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Page : 1010-1017

Keywords : AODV; DSDV; MANET; random structure; packet reception rate; and packet reception statistics.;

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A Wireless Network can be the best technological solution that consists of numerous unattended, resource-constrained, and low power battery nodes, which are of two types: mobile node, and mobile gateway or base station (BS). The mobile node has the basic capabilities of signal sensing, processing, and communicating. The objective of the proposed work is to investigate and explore the routing problems as raised in wireless ad hoc network scenarios with respect to the random structural configurations. We discuss an outline structure of mobile adhoc network, where the mobile nodes formulate the adhoc structure for the purpose of data communication. In this work, we formulate an adhoc network scenario through Destination-Sequenced Distance-Vector routing (DSDV) protocol in order to analyze the data communication competence through different network parameters. Further, we analyze and compare the packet reception rate and packet reception statistics in both AODV and DSDV Manet structure and find that DSDV has the better packet reception rate as compared to AODV in a randomly configured mobile adhoc environment. Alternatively, DSDV have a dramatic decrease in performance when mobility is high, but in restricted mobility matter DSDV has better performance as compared to AODV.

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