Effective Suppression of Unnecessary Hello Messages to Provide Energy Efficiency for On- Demand Routing Protocols In MANET

In this paper, the authors propose an adaptive hello messaging scheme for neighbor discovery by effectively suppressing unnecessary hello messages. The proposed scheme dynamically adjusts Hello intervals, and does not increase the risk that a sender will transmit a packet through a broken link that has not been detected by Hello messaging; they call this the Probability of Failure of Detection of an unavailable link (PFD). To estimate this risk, they exploit an average event interval, that is, an average time gap between two consecutive events (i.e., sending or receiving a data packet) on a node.

Provided by: International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJIRSET) Topic: Networking Date Added: Mar 2014 Format: PDF

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