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Simulation and comparison of the routing protocols for network topology hold a significant position in the performance evaluation of wireless networks. This paper, discusses performance evaluation of Ad-hoc On demand Distance Vector (AODV) and Dynamic Source Routing (DSR), routing protocols for static WSN using NS-2. Energy efficiency, latency, throughput and fairness characteristics in different conditions are investigated under different load conditions on two-hop and multi-hop network. The comparison results reveal that AODV performs better in the network with strict requirement on time, whereas DSR is more adaptable in the networks with high throughputs and energy constraints.
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