Analyzing Multi-Channel and Single-Channel on Multi independent Paths of Ad-Hoc Sensor Network
Keywords:Mobile Ad-hoc network, Routing Protocol, Many hops, MIMC, , Routes, MNIMC, MNISC
The Ad Hoc routing protocols include the route rediscover algorithms. Thus, a desirable aim for any routing protocol is to design an effective and rapid route recovery technique to rebuild the broken link. This study presents Multiple Node Index in Multi-Channel (MNIMC) and Multiple Node Index in Single-Channel (MNISC) as two novel route discovery techniques. MNIMC integrates multiple pathways and channels to create an alternate path. MNIMC reroutes the data packet via a different route in previously detected channels. Furthermore, it works with numerous link failures. MNIMC nodes are considered multi-transceiver enabled, in contrast to MNISC, which enables several routes and a single channel. Using the Network Simulator 2 (NS2), the MNIMC and MNISC schemes are developed and thoroughly tested. Simulation results demonstrate that the suggested approach improves packet delivery ratio, throughput, and end-to-end latency.
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