Volume 07 Issue 03, May 2019

OPTIMIZED ROUTING STRATEGIES TO RESOLVE THE ENERGY DRAIN-AGE AND ROUTING OVERHEAD ISSUE IN MANET

Shesnarayan Thakur, Deepak Gour, Ashok Kumar Mishra;

Page no:01-06

Abstract

Energy saving is important and necessary in dy-namic network because of deplete the unnecessary energy consumption of mobile nodes in MANET. Therefore, it is vital that at any moment some specific number of nodes be a live (sufficient energy for communication) and the rest remain is in sleep mode. If maintain number of live nodes in desirable way, so network lifetime will be prolonging by far. If live nodes can cover desirable level of network then a smaller number of live nodes will be required for communication in between sender and receiver. Power failure of a mobile node not only affects the node itself but also its ability to forward packets on behalf of others and thus the overall network life-time. Energy depletion of nodes in MANET is one of the prime concerns for their sustained operation. In this research we proposed a new energy efficient approach to improve routing performance. In this scheme the proposed efficient routing is done with proposed scheme mechanism. The performance of proposed scheme is compared with pure AODV, DSDV and existing scheme but performance of proposed scheme is bet-ter. The nodes in network are lost their energy in each trans-mission in that case after some time most of the nodes in net-work are lost their energy by that that the link in network ate break then in that case the proposed energy efficient mecha-nism are not inform to sender for established the path but it renovate the new route in network from the same end were the link is break, it means proposed energy efficient drain rate minimization scheme are providing the route establishment capability to each node in network. If the link is repaired from that same end where it breaks then the energy consumption is reducing. The proposed mechanism is having a capability to renovate the link if it breaks due to lack of energy. The per-formance of proposed routing is better than normal energy-based multicast routing.