Multipath Route Discovery for Sink Point Streaming Analysis in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

R. Balamurugan and Dr.M. Prakash

Mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) are a collection of mobile nodes that create a temporary network without any constant infrastructure or centralized authority by the node. The consoles, for the user create application functionality on those networks and the entire network control and routing protocol. Rapidly evolving conventional throughput and bandwidth division model does not consider the number of levels to be present in any routing which maximizes the energy depletion and affects the lifetime of the network. This proposed approach Sink Point Streaming Energy Gain (SPSEG) algorithm, considers the shortest route of data transmission implemented in the mobile ad hoc network. The convention of three-phase route analysis for sink point analysis, route sink discovery, and streaming energy gain is used to maintain the node for random manner congestion avoidance during data transmission in streaming. Sink Route Table (SRT) method establishes an efficient route between two nodes with minimum routing sink and streaming energy gain with the shortest time used for optimal neighbor consumption. This approach reduces the network overhead and increases the bandwidth utilization factor in good impact. Also, it improves the throughput ratio and reduces the latency generated by the route discovery in MANET.

Volume 11 | 04-Special Issue

Pages: 1630-1640