Performance Comparison of ordinary AODV and Energy Efficient AODV

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V. Ramesh
N. Koteswar Rao,P.Praveen Kumar, S.Penchal Rao,B.Mohan


An Ad-hoc network, a self-organizing wireless network is made up of mobile nodes, each node act as relay for providing data
communication, which operates on batteries. In Ad-hoc network the topology changes often and needs large and frequent exchange of data
among the network nodes for efficient routing. Existing on-demand ad-hoc network routing protocols passes the information till the node energy
is available and the link become breaks. Then the source reconstructs the route. During the route reconstruction after the link breaks, packets
may be dropped which may cause significant throughput degradation. This paper proposed a Throughput maximization Routing (TMR) to
predict the link breakage time and send a warning message to the source node of the packet and reduce the packet loss due to less energy in the
node and packet loss is also reduced by providing multiple alternate routes to deliver data packets. The data packet loss due to route failure is
also reduced by alternate route.


Keywords: AODV, EEAODV, Energy aware Routing, TMR.


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