Abstract: In any routing protocol of wireless networks, energy efficiency assumes a paramount significance. In Mobile devices, bandwidth and energy are the primary resource constraints and energy consumption is minimized to achieve an effective transmission between source and destination. The key idea behind our design is to select multipath configuration which incorporates the random choice of paths having a very good routing efficiency and security. In this research, we focus mainly on analyzing the performance of R-RAODV in terms of energy consumption and secured transmission using NS-2 Simulator. Simulation study results show that randomized reverse ad hoc on demand distance vector consumes less energy during data transmission and packet loss is reduced significantly which in term accomplishes a very high basis of remaining energy when compare to the other two routing protocols like AODV and RAODV.
K. Santhi, B. Parvathavarthini and R. Rajachandrasekar, 2016. Energy Efficiency in Randomized Raodv Routing Protocol of Wireless Networks. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 15: 1731-1738.