IMPROVING THE TRANSMISSION PERFORMANCE BASED ON MINIMIZING ENERGY IN MOBILE ADHOC NETWORKS

Abstract
Networking is collectively no of mobile nodes allocate users to correctly detect a distant environment. These wireless mobile networks want strong but simple, scalable, energy efficient and also self organize routing algorithms. In Mobile technology small quantity of power electronics and less power radio frequency have permit the expansion of small, comparatively economical and less power nodes, are associated in a wireless mobile networkIn this study we proposed method are: energy effectiveness, energetic occurrence zone and multiple hop TRANSMIT, taking into concern between the energy of transmit nodes and distance from the transmit node to the trusted neighbor node, link weight energy utilization and distance are measured as most important constraint for decide on greatest possible path from Zone Head (ZH) to the neighbor node. In this we use the different constraints and lessen the quantity of distribution messages during the Transmit node choice point to decrease the energy utilization of the complete network.

Authors
Gundala Swathi, R. Saravanan
School of Information Technology, VIT University, India

Keywords
Residual Energy, Routing Algorithms, Zone Head Function, Energy Consumption, Node Selection
Published By :
ICTACT
Published In :
ICTACT Journal on Communication Technology
( Volume: 6 , Issue: 2 )
Date of Publication :
June 2015

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