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Identification of Fictitious Node Based on TC Message with Modification of OLSR Protocol in MANET


Prof. L. N. Pandey, Deepali Samaiya
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MANET has been picking up the fame in light of its simplicity of usage. One of the significant components in MANET is steering convention, which comprises of two fundamental conventions: proactive and responsive directing conventions. In this work, we concentrate on proactive convention called OLSR (Optimize Link State Routing Protocol), where the courses are constantly kept up by trading control overhead, to be specific HELLO and TC (Topology Control) messages. Be that as it may, the asset is extremely inefficient and this causes the execution debasement. We propose the technique to lessen the control overhead while keeping up the throughput of OLSR and furthermore decreasing the power utilization by utilizing the notable mathematic apparatus, which is generally utilized as a part of intelligent choice frameworks. Our proposed technique is changed OLSR. We likewise explore the impact of OLSR on control utilization of hubs in view of two sort of Medium Access Control (MAC) convention; IEEE 802.11 MAC and Sensor Medium Access Control (SMAC) convention utilized as a part of portable sensor arrange. OLSR is changed such that each hub in the framework when HELLO and TC interim are terminated. Every hub will pick its technique to "Refresh" or "Not refresh" the HELLO and TC messages. The execution regarding control overhead and throughput of the proposed calculation is assessed by utilizing parameters to be specific Routing Overhead (RO), Average Throughput. Be that as it may, the execution as far as power utilization is assessed by measurements called Average Power Consumption of hubs in two states (transmission and gathering). As per the re-enactment comes about, it is clear that the proposed OLSR Modified calculation (MOLSR) gives extensive RO lessening while the Average Throughput is decreased a tiny bit. The power utilization of the system in all states is additionally decreased. That is, the proposed calculation adjustment in HELLO and TC message can decrease the specific measure of Control Overhead and in addition the Power Consumption while the Average Throughput is diminished a tad bit. Hence, Theoretical OLSR can bolster vitality proficient MANET in different hub versatility and hub thickness conditions.

Prof. L. N. Pandey, Deepali Samaiya

HELLO and TC messages, MANET, OLSR, MAC Protocol, RO, MOLSR

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Publication Details

Published in : Volume 3 | Issue 5 | July-August - 2017
Date of Publication Print ISSN Online ISSN
2017-08-31 2395-1990 2394-4099
Page(s) Manuscript Number   Publisher
214-220 IJSRSET173425   Technoscience Academy

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Prof. L. N. Pandey, Deepali Samaiya, "Identification of Fictitious Node Based on TC Message with Modification of OLSR Protocol in MANET ", International Journal of Scientific Research in Science, Engineering and Technology(IJSRSET), Print ISSN : 2395-1990, Online ISSN : 2394-4099, Volume 3, Issue 5, pp.214-220, July-August-2017.
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