An Energy Efficient Routing in Mobile Adhoc Networks Using Aggregate Interface Queue Length and Node Remaining Energy
In this paper, the authors present an adaptive routing in ad-hoc networks using modified AODV and compared with AODV using the parameters aggregate interface queue length and node remaining energy. Differently from exciting approaches, they made changes to the AODV routing protocol in such a way that only destination node can respond to a route request. This greatly reduces the control data packets sent in the network. They also evaluated the performance of modified AODV based on metrics like average end-to-end delay, throughput and energy consumption.