A proposed routing scheme for power reduction in wireless networks

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    Ad-hoc networks consist of a set of mobile nodes with a restricted power supply resources that can communicate with each other without any established infrastructure or centralized administration. The loss of some nodes may cause significant topological changes, undermine the network operation, and affect the lifetime of the network. This paper discusses the energy consumption problem and summaries the existing power saving techniques in ad-hoc wireless networks. The main objective of this paper is to introduce a new power aware multi-path node disjoint routing scheme based on the Dynamic Source Routing protocol (DSR), which can prolong MANETs lifetime, reduce routing delay and increase the reliability of the packets reaching its destination. Therefore, a comprehensive study of DSR protocol has been drawn using NS-2 simulator, to evaluate the performance of DSR as a routing strategy and investigate its efficiency in saving wireless networks resources, as a prelude to avoid its performance shortcomings in our proposed routing scheme.

    Keywords: Power aware protocol, node disjoint, network simulation 2, multipath routing, Dsr protocol, ad-hoc network.

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Article ID: 1111
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v3i1.1111

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