Tuesday 20th of February 2018

Evaluation and Performance of Reactive Protocols Using Mobility Model

Naveed Anjum and Sohail Abid

A Mobile Ad-hoc Network (MANET) is a self-motivated wireless network which has no centralized point. It is an independent network that is connected by wireless link so, in which every point or device work as a router. In this network every node forward the packets to the destination as a router and it\'s not operating as an ending point. In this network every node adjusts them self by on his way in any direction because they are independent and change their position regularly. There are exist three main types of routing protocols which are reactive, proactive and final is hybrid protocols. This whole work compares the performance of some reactive protocols which also known as on - demand protocols, which are DSR, AODV and the final is AOMDV. DSR and AODV are reactive protocols which connected the devices on the network when needed by a doorway. The AOMDV protocol was designed for ad hoc networks whenever any route or link fail and also maintain routes with sequence numbers to avoid looping. The simulation is done by network simulator ns2 and performance is measured by changing the speed of nodes.

Keywords: MANETS, AODV, DSR, AOMDV, Routing Protocols, Performance.

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Naveed Anjum
Naveed Anjum is working as teacher at Aamir Public School

Sohail Abid
Sohail Abid is working as a System Administrator at Foundation University Rawalpindi Campus

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