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Cluster Computing

, Volume 22, Supplement 5, pp 11029–11037 | Cite as

Multi path interference aware reliable route path establishment in mobile adhoc network environment

  • V. VigneshEmail author
  • K. Premalatha
Article

Abstract

Mobile adhoc network is a mixture of various mobile sensor nodes that are dispersed in the environment. The key idea of this system uses MANET environments to publicize the truths by increasing the data transmission rate. This influences to changed security problems such as collision, conflict et cetera. These problems would decrease the scattering of the packet ratio. In the preceding research method Interference Avoidance using CoEfficient of Restitution Measure (IA-CERM) is accomplished. This would compute the “restitution” of a collision of a node that is accomplished due to discovering the incoming packets from above one node by opening up this calculation, mounting enhanced route could be accomplished by reducing the interference effect. On the other hand these techniques are short of from the interference all through the subsistence of various paths existence. This is solved in the presented research methodology by proposing the new research methodology called as Multi-Path Interference aware Route Path Establishment (MP-IRPE). In this stage, dynamic analysis route behavior is carried out to discover the route path breakage priory. The non-interfering numerous paths will be chosen parallel while the data’s broadcasting via the principal path to avoid the path breakage. Therefore the instantaneous re-routing could be carried out without delay; consequently the waiting time could be minimized significantly. In this work optimal routing is done with the consideration of multiple QoS parameters using pareto-optimal approach as like in our previous work QoS and interference aware routing in dynamic MANET. The QoS parameters considered are “bandwidth, power, delay, link stability and reliability”. The whole assessment of the research method is performed and executed in the NS2 simulation environment. So, it is shown that the proposed methodology give improved result compared to the existing techniques. While comparing with other familiar protocols, MP-IRPE gives fine qualities in relation to overhead latency, and packet losses. In addition, these outcomes end to be relatively self-sufficient from the degree of mobility.

Keywords

Multi path interference Re-routing Throughput Mobility handling Priority 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of ITSri Ramakrishna Engineering CollegeCoimbatoreIndia
  2. 2.Department of CSEBannari Amman Institute of TechnologySathyamangalamIndia

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