Title: Performance measure of routing protocol with angular coordinates and distinctive transmissions in wireless networks
Authors: M. Vanitha; T.R. Ganesh Babu
Addresses: Department of ECE, Sriram Engineering College, Anna University, Chennai, India ' Department of ECE, Muthayammal Engineering College, Rasipuram Namakkal, India
Abstract: This work focuses on two geographical routing protocols for proficient forwarding with minimal overhead. The first protocol namely proficient geographical routing with angular coordinates (PGRA). The protocol PGRA attains efficiency in obtaining its geographical coordinates of destination without the aid of GPS. This is done by obtaining the angular coordinates. In addition, the protocol monitors the desired throughput with exponentially weighted moving average (EWMA) method to determine whether to continue forwarding or interrupt current transmission. In the second work, proficient geographical routing with angular and vector coordinates (PGRAV) obtain the information of forwarding nodes by meticulously increasing the communication radius. The protocol limits the transmission at the advance node and refrains from flooding control packets. Performance comparison of both the proposed protocol has been done with similar geographic routing protocol with zone-based structure EEGDOA.
Keywords: proficient geographical routing with angular coordinates; PGRA; proficient geographical routing with angular and vector coordinates; PGRAV; geographical routing; exponentially weighted moving average; EWMA.
International Journal of Networking and Virtual Organisations, 2019 Vol.21 No.1, pp.101 - 111
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