Adaptive Cooperative Resource Allocation for Heterogeneous Wireless NetworkJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.3, No. 5)
Publication Date: 2014-05-15
Authors : Sayyid Abdul Basith. V; G. K. D Prasanna Venkatesan;
Page : 1807-1813
Keywords : DSDV; MANETs; NS-2; QoS; Routing;
Communication network with nodes connected by wireless links multiple own from source to destination nodes total on each limited by link capacity, is function of communication resource variable such as power and bandwidth. Distance Sequence vector routing protocol has been used for provide the better services for allotting the resource in good way. Ad-hoc network is a collection of mobile nodes forming an instant network without fixed topology. In such a network each node act as both router and host simultaneously, and can move out or join in the network freely. The instantly created network does not have any base infra structures as used in the conventional networks, but it is compatible with the conventional networks. DSDV is a modification of the conventional Bellman-Ford routing algorithm. It addresses the drawbacks related to the poor looping properties of RIP in the face of broken links. The modification adapted in DSDV makes it more a suitable routing protocol for Adhoc networks developing QoS constraint routing protocol for MANETs is still a challenging task. As the nodes are free to move randomly, most routing protocols for MANETs are susceptible to node mobility. As routing protocol has to decide which route is able to fulfill the requirement of the desired QoS, routing is the most important part to accomplish the specified application with desired QoS metrics. This paper is based on design of such a kind of proposed MANET algorithm that will estimate the available bandwidth throughout the path by assigning priority. Based on available bandwidth, packets are transferred from source to destination of the applications in queue based on priority. The proposed algorithm is implemented and simulated using NS-2 simulator. Results of our approach show that new protocol can significantly reduce overheads and decrease overall end-to-end delay.
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