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RADNET Routing Enhancement by Red Algorithm

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.3, No. 10)

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Page : 207-211

Keywords : Mobile Ad-hoc Networks MANETs; Interest Centric MANET RADNET; Random Early Detection RED; Base Station BS; Quality of Experience QoE;

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RED algorithm is a technique which has been introduced in MANETs as well as in RADNETs to avoid the congestion and contention. As compared to some of the existing mechanisms, the concept of RED algorithm is put into practice for the monitoring of traffic within the network and to avoid it in order to enhance the efficiency of the network. RED works on the basic principal of Active Queue Management (AQM) technique which is developed to work in large IP networks. Hence, because of routing the channel contention and congestion within the network can be get introduced which restricts the efficiency of the network. Therefore, in this paper, an improved form of interest centric mobile ad hoc network (RADNET) named as Adaptive RAD (ARAD) is being used along with Random Early Detection (RED) algorithm in order to enhance the routing behavior of the network. This algorithm informs the transmitter or sender to stop the sending of packets if any type of congestion occurs or to avoid the excessive congestion. This reduces the delay also and hence gives rise to enhance routing and efficient network. The simulations have been carried out on Network Simulator NS-2 by the implementation of RADNET protocol along with RED algorithm for the enhancement in the routing of MANETs. The simulation results revealed that the proposed ARAD shows highly efficient results as compared to conventional ones.

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