Performance of ad hoc network routing protocols in IEEE 802.11

Chandra Shekar Reddy Putta, K. Bhanu Prasad, Dilli Ravilla, R. S. Murali Nath, M. L Ravi Chandra

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Abstract

Wireless technology based on the IEEE 802.11 standard is used to support multiple types of communication services (data, voice, and image) with different QoS requirements. Node mobility creates a continuously changing communication topology in which paths break and new one form dynamically. The routing table of each router in an adhoc network must be kept up-to-date. MANET uses Distance Vector or Link State algorithms which insure that the route to every host is always known. However, this approach must take into account the adhoc networks specific characteristics: dynamic topologies, limited bandwidth, energy constraints, and limited physical security. Two main routing protocols categories are studied in this paper: proactive protocols (e.g. Optimized Link State Routing - OLSR) and reactive protocols (e.g. Ad hoc On Demand Distance Vector - AODV, Dynamic Source Routing - DSR). The present paper focuses on study and performance evaluation of these categories using NS2 simulations. We have considered qualitative and quantitative criteria. The first one concerns distributed operation, loop-freedom, security, sleep period operation. The second are used to assess performance of different routing protocols presented in this paper. We can list end-to-end data delay, packet delivery ratio, routing load. Comparative study will be presented with number of networking context consideration and the results show the appropriate routing protocol for two kinds of communication services (data and voice).

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2010 International Conference on Computer and Communication Technology, ICCCT-2010
Pages371-376
Number of pages6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Event2010 International Conference on Computer and Communication Technology, ICCCT-2010 - Allahabad, India
Duration: 17-09-201019-09-2010

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Conference2010 International Conference on Computer and Communication Technology, ICCCT-2010
CountryIndia
CityAllahabad
Period17-09-1019-09-10

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Network routing
Ad hoc networks
Routing protocols
communication
Communication
Topology
performance
Network protocols
sleep
Routers
networking
Quality of service
energy
Bandwidth
simulation
demand
evaluation

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Computer Networks and Communications
  • Information Systems
  • Communication

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Putta, C. S. R., Prasad, K. B., Ravilla, D., Murali Nath, R. S., & Chandra, M. L. R. (2010). Performance of ad hoc network routing protocols in IEEE 802.11. In 2010 International Conference on Computer and Communication Technology, ICCCT-2010 (pp. 371-376). [5640497] https://doi.org/10.1109/ICCCT.2010.5640497
Putta, Chandra Shekar Reddy ; Prasad, K. Bhanu ; Ravilla, Dilli ; Murali Nath, R. S. ; Chandra, M. L Ravi. / Performance of ad hoc network routing protocols in IEEE 802.11. 2010 International Conference on Computer and Communication Technology, ICCCT-2010. 2010. pp. 371-376
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Putta CSR, Prasad KB, Ravilla D, Murali Nath RS, Chandra MLR. Performance of ad hoc network routing protocols in IEEE 802.11. In 2010 International Conference on Computer and Communication Technology, ICCCT-2010. 2010. p. 371-376. 5640497 https://doi.org/10.1109/ICCCT.2010.5640497