Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : AODV

A Secured and Associated Congestion Hybrid AODA Protocol in WSN Networks using MANETS


European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 369-375

Ad-Hoc Network is an independent arrangement of portable Hubs or nodes associated by remote associations. Hubs or nodes are free to travel, every now and again change their position and sort out themselves into a system. Hubs or nodes contain remote transmitter and beneficiary that permit them to participate in remote system. Hubs or nodes in MANET having double conduct, they go about as switches just as registering gadgets. Constrained transmission capacity and changing geography results the issue of Congestion in MANETs. Recognizing Congestion is troublesome in remote system, since there might be a few purposes for dropping of parcels. Specially appointed system is characterized as the system wherein the clients speak with one another by shaping a transitory system with no concentrated organization. Here every hub demonstration both as a host just as a switch. They have profoundly deployable, dynamic and self-configurable geographies. Different steering conventions are characterized for MANETs. Congestion and security issues are both solved in this paper using bloom filter and congestion aware protocol hybrid combination in AODV protocol. The results show better energy, PDR, throughput and high speed of the wireless sensor network.

Dynamic Transmission Range with Respect to the Power Consumption

J. Madhusudan; Somnath Sinha

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 5090-5098

This article looks at the impact of transmitting capacity on mobile ad hoc network efficiency (MANET)). The purpose of this study is to determine whether the life of the network can be extended by using less energy, thus obtaining a more energy-efficient 'green' architecture. A total of 72 separate simulations with various configurations representing a range of potential scenarios were performed: we analysed configurations of specific node numbers, amount of traffic flows, mobility models, transmission capacity and geographic region. The results show that there is the best transmission power that can improve the performance of the network: this optimal transmission setting also makes the network more energy-efficient in terms of the limited energy exhaustion of the node. Our overall findings also suggest that higher power transmission will common energy consumption.