ANNA UNIVERSITY TIRUCHIRAPPALLI TIRUCHIRAPPALLI - 620 024 DOMAIN- MOBILE AD-HOC NETWORKS EFFICIENCY ENHANCEMENT OF ENERGY COMMUNICATION IN MANET’S USING RANDOM CASTING NAME:VINCENT DHARMARAJ.X R.N0:01107903058 UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF Mr.V.R.SARMA DHULIPALA
In random cast we used four routing protocols like AODV, DSR, AOMDV and DSDV for analysis of QoS metrics . Using this protocol we checked packet delivery ratio, control overhead, throughput, end to end delay and packet loss.
DSR protocol was found better than other protocols because higher amount of packet delivery ratio and reduce number of packet loss for a selected scenario. we analysed the QoS metrics through graphical results.
The proposed random cast Architecture consists of an Mobility model, Reliability model and the architecture also provides optimum quality of service metrics. The pseudo code implementation of the random cast architecture is validated with the help of high level language java.
The initial check out is performed with the help of high level network simulator ns2. The results thus produced may better help the other researchers working in this area and construct better working environment with better parameterization.
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