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Performance amelioration of MANETs using cooperative routing with cross-layer design
by S. Mylsamy; J. Premalatha
International Journal of Business Intelligence and Data Mining (IJBIDM), Vol. 13, No. 1/2/3, 2018

 

Abstract: In traditional routing, there are various routing protocol used for MANETs depending on the environment. The opportunistic routing protocol is used as the basic protocol. In the CORBG, location-based adaptive mechanism was created and improves the network performance. The basic function of OR is its ability to overhear the transmitted packet and to coordinate among relaying nodes. A new routing protocol named cooperative opportunistic routing based on geographic (CORBG) location has been implemented to get better network performance. In the proposed work, network optimisation might be attained by CORBG protocol with cross-layer between network and transport layer that evaluates the performance based on the network QoS parameters like throughput, delay and energy consumption. In MANETs by reason of dynamic communications and their decentralised admin makes the network becomes more risk to have more attack. To prevent such network problems, security mechanisms were introduced.

Online publication date: Fri, 03-Nov-2017

 

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