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                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 8 Issue 1      Submission Start Date: Jan 01, 2020      Acceptence Notification Start: Jan 20, 2020      Submission End: Jan 15, 2020      Final MenuScript Due: Jan 25, 2020      Publication Date: Jan 30, 2020




Volume VI Issue VI

Author Name
Swarna Soni, Prof. Gaurav Gupta
Year Of Publication
2018
Volume and Issue
Volume 6 Issue 6
Abstract
In spite of the fact that setting up right and efficient routes is an essential structure issue in mobile ad-hoc networks (MANETs), an all the more difficult objective is to give energy proficient courses since mobile nodes' activity time is the most basic restricting component. This paper focuses on investigating the performance analysis of three important reactive routing protocols in mobile Ad-hoc networks such as Power Efficient Gathering in Sensor Information System (PEGASIS) Dynamic Source Routing (DSR) and Ad-Hoc on Demand Distance Vector Routing (AODV). The comparison was done in terms of the Packet Delivery ratio, throughput, routing overhead and residual Energy scenario. The simulation results show that the PEGASIS seems to be much better suited to smaller high load network with a hierarchical in table driven protocol such as AODV and DSR. PEGASIS outperforms AODV and DSR whereas PEGASIS maintains its low energy consumption even in the presence of high traffic rate.
PaperID
6601

Author Name
Jyoti Choyal, Shivangini Morya
Year Of Publication
2018
Volume and Issue
Volume 6 Issue 6
Abstract
Wireless sensor networks have recently emerged as an important computing platform. These sensors are power-limited and have limited computing resources. Therefore, the sensor energy has to be managed wisely in order to maximize the lifetime of the network. There have was many studies on considering sensor's energy. Among these, clustering sensor nodes is a more efficient and adaptive approach in sensor networks having some essential requirements. First, every node in a cluster should elect one cluster head. Second, clustering must minimize overhead. Third, network topology must be stable. Finally, as sensor nodes are operated; low power, low energy consumption is required.
PaperID
6602

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