Slide 1: ANNA UNIVERSITY TIRUCHIRAPPALLI
TIRUCHIRAPPALLI - 620 024 DOMAIN- MOBILE AD-HOC NETWORKS EFFICIENCY ENHANCEMENT OF ENERGY COMMUNICATION IN MANET’S USING RANDOM CASTING NAME:VINCENT DHARMARAJ.X R.N0:01107903058 UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF Mr.V.R.SARMA DHULIPALA Slide 2: WHAT IS MANET?
Mobile Ad-hoc Network is a collection of independent mobile nodes that can communicate to each other via radio waves. Slide 3: Mobile Ad hoc NETwork MANET Mobile Ad Hoc Network (MANET) : Mobile Ad Hoc Network (MANET) Host movement frequent
Topology change frequent
No cellular infrastructure. Multi-hop wireless links
Data must be routed via intermediate nodes A B B A OBJECTIVE : OBJECTIVE To devise a model based framework which guarantees the efficient energy scavenging mechanism for communication in MANETs by the QoS metrics selection suitable for Random casting. ABSTRACT : ABSTRACT Random casting is a new communication technique. It differs from multicasting and unicasting.
In random casting, the server is gets the request from the node (client) and gives the response back to it through the IP address.
The main goal of the random casting is to control overhearing, reduce the packet loss and improve the quality of service. PROPOSED ARCHITECTURE : PROPOSED ARCHITECTURE RANDOM CAST ARCHITECTURE : RANDOM CAST ARCHITECTURE LITERATURE REVIEW : LITERATURE REVIEW In order to get required knowledge about various concepts related to the present analysis existing literature was studied. Some of the important conclusions made through those are listed under.
Most of them describe characteristics, analysis and current evaluation for casting in Mobile Ad hoc networks, Routing module, mobility, and QOS. Contd…. : Contd…. Mads Osterby Jespersen(2006) Performance enhancements were presented from different scenarios, to compare AOMDV and AODV. Contd… : Contd… Samyak Shah, A number of routing protocols like Dynamic Source Routing (DSR), Ad Hoc On-Demand Distance Vector Routing (AODV) and Destination- Sequenced Distance-Vector (DSDV) have been implemented. DATA FLOW DIAGRAM : DATA FLOW DIAGRAM RESULT ANALYSIS : RESULT ANALYSIS In random cast we used four routing protocols like AODV, DSR, AOMDV and DSDV for analysis of QoS metrics . Using this protocol we checked packet delivery ratio, control overhead, throughput, end to end delay and packet loss.
DSR protocol was found better than other protocols because higher amount of packet delivery ratio and reduce number of packet loss for a selected scenario. we analysed the QoS metrics through graphical results. SCREEN SHOTS : SCREEN SHOTS Simulation window SCREEN SHOTS : SCREEN SHOTS Data send one node to another node SCREEN SHOTS : SCREEN SHOTS Packet Loss THROUGHPUT : THROUGHPUT CONTROL OVERHEAD : CONTROL OVERHEAD PACKET DELIVERY RATIO : PACKET DELIVERY RATIO END-TO-END DELAY : END-TO-END DELAY CONCLUSION : CONCLUSION The proposed random cast Architecture consists of an Mobility model, Reliability model and the architecture also provides optimum quality of service metrics. The pseudo code implementation of the random cast architecture is validated with the help of high level language java.
The initial check out is performed with the help of high level network simulator ns2. The results thus produced may better help the other researchers working in this area and construct better working environment with better parameterization. FUTURE WORK : FUTURE WORK In future we are planned to analyze the performance of the Random cast Architecture and evaluate add more number of protocols mobile ad-hoc network. random cast technique apply MANET environment.
Random cast apply WiFi applications
Improving security REFERENCES : REFERENCES Ranveer Chandra Venugopalan Ramasubramanian Kenneth P. Birman “Anonymous Gossip: Improving Multicast Reliability in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks “Department of Computer Science Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853, USA (2000).
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V.R. Sarma Dhulipala, RM.Chandrasekaran, and R.Prabakaran, “Timing Analysis and Repeatability Issues of Mobile Ad-Hoc Networking Application traffics in Large Scale Scenarios”, Anna University Tiruchirapalli / Center for Convergence of Technologies, Tiruchirapalli, International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering, Vol. 1, No. 1, pages 463-467, Academy Publishers, May 2009. Slide 26: THANK YOU