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Dynamically Adjusting Network Topology for MANETS By using DBET

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Author(s): T.Damodar Yadav , K.M.Hemambaran

Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Engineering & Technology (IJARCET)
ISSN 2278-1323

Volume: 1;
Issue: 5;
Start page: 095;
Date: 2012;
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Keywords: Energy efficient topology | Routing | MANET.

ABSTRACT
In MANETS, network topology vary according to nodes, nodes are usually powered by batteries. To prolong the network life, the energy consumption of the routing task is crucial. In previous works, enormous topology control methods were given to support the energy-efficient routing, while the most of them are designed for static network. We proposed an Energy efficient topology in Ad-hoc networks can be achieved mainly in two different .In the first method, network maintains a small number of nodes to form a connected backbone and the remaining nodes sleep to conserve energy. The second method is achieved by power control technique. So, we propose a Demand Based Energy efficient Topology (DBET) to reduce the energy consumption for mobile ad hoc network, by dynamically adjusting the topology for various network traffic conditions. We have simulated our proposed protocol DBET by using AODV as routing protocol in network simulator ns2.34 and compared AOMDV The simulation studies revealed that the proposed scheme perform better in terms of energy, delay, and delivery ratio.
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