Energy Efficient Clustered Georouting in Ad-Hoc Networks
Source: International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering (IJARCSSE)
In wireless ad-hoc networks, there are several characteristics different with wired networks. The differences are frequently changing of network topology, limited resources like bandwidth and energy and so on. In this network, the mobile nodes become important composer in the ad-hoc networks and get a role of host or router. Thus the energy depletion of mobile nodes cause decreasing the number of router nodes and shortening the life time of entire network. In mobile ad-hoc networks, there is a problem in path search model. It is about the flooding mechanism which broadcast packets to entire networks that causes unnecessary congestion overhead and consumption of resources.