Asian Journal of Information Technology

Year: 2014
Volume: 13
Issue: 10
Page No. 606 - 611

Implementing Energy Efficient Maximum Network Lifetime Ad Hoc Routing in AODV

Authors : M. Ramakrishna and V. Palanisamy

Abstract: A Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANET) is a self-configuring infrastructure less network of mobile devices connected by wireless. The most challenge in MANETs is the mobile infrastructure in which nodes can join and leave easily with dynamics requests without a static path of routing. And also energy efficient routing is most important because each node has its own battery power which decides the life time of a node. Failure of one node may affect the entire network. If a node runs out of energy the probability of network partitioning will be increased. Since, every mobile node has limited power supply, energy depletion has become one of the main threats to the lifetime of the ad hoc network. By proposing an energy saving protocol known as Energy Efficient Maximum Lifetime Adhoc Routing in AODV Routing (EEMLAR) which concentrates on increasing network life time by integrating the advantages of transmission power control approach and load sharing approach. This contradicts the ‘increment in life time of the network’ and also may affect other existing routes. In this study, researchers propose a new route discovery mechanism which considers the presence of the node in other routes and its effect on its lifetime. The proposed protocol ensures route with maximum life time and also maximizes its life span.

How to cite this article:

M. Ramakrishna and V. Palanisamy, 2014. Implementing Energy Efficient Maximum Network Lifetime Ad Hoc Routing in AODV. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 13: 606-611.

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