Analysis of Mobility Models using Routing Protocols, Traffic Models and Provides an Outcome as to which Routing Protocol is better

Nilesh Wankhede, Prof. S. S. Asole


MANETs is collection of wireless network establishing a network in which nodes communicate with each other by network systems such as the Internet. MANETs routing protocols are classified into two types such as table- driven and on-demand. Nodes of these networks functions as a routers which discovers and maintains the routes to other nodes in the network. In such networks, nodes are able to move and synchronize with their neighbors. Due to mobility, connections in the network can change dynamically and nodes can be added and removed at any time.

                This work based mainly on the importance of efficiency related considerations. we have surveyed comparative performance analysis of different routing protocols such as (AODV, DSR, AOMDV, DSDV and TORA). Under the different scenarios (Scenarios where number of nodes are increasing with randomized waypoint mobility and scenario) in term of Packet Delivery Ratio, Jitter, End to End Delay and Throughput. We have carefully studied the behavior of these routing protocols and compared their performance in different scenarios based. This dissertation focuses on analysis and performance evaluation of on-demand and table- driven protocols. This dissertation focuses on the evaluation of performance of routing protocols based on packet delivery ratio, average end to end delay, routing overhead and throughput. In this dissertation we will analyze and compare the performance of reactive and proactive routing protocols under different mobility models, traffic models using NS-2 simulator.  

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