E2S-AODV: An Energy Efficient Multipronged Reliable Strategy ensuring Secure and Scalable QoS over Disaster Response Applications

Karan Singh
2020 International Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering  
Mobile Ad-hoc Network is a group of wireless mobile nodes without fixed infrastructure and each node can work as both a router and host. Devices can move randomly and set-up a network that is free from central infrastructure with mobility in nature. Network issues are solved by various routing protocols. Many "Quality of Services (QoS)" must be considered in constructing routing protocol. AODV based on-demand routing is most widely used protocol in MANET. In on-demand based routing routes
more » ... outing routes breaks due to the node mobility and less battery power. Recent work on MANET protocols have focused on achieving these characteristics which suit one specific networking scenario. There is no existing specific protocol that can work well in all multipronged networking parameters. This paper proposed a protocol E 2 S-AODV that will reduce path breakage due to battery drains. Further reliability, scalability, secured route with QoS, minimum control overhead and energy consumption will be simulated.
doi:10.30534/ijatcse/2020/257942020 fatcat:dwyymssitremzjxqkeqchixcnq