Energy-Aware With Mobility-Assisted Geographic Routing Protocol for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Most of the existing on-demand geographic routing protocol provides energy efficiency but lack due to the continuous motion of nodes. The topology changes frequently which mean tracking down of particular node become difficult. The nodes can easily come out of or into the radio range of various other nodes and the battery power is limited in all the devices, which does not allow infinitive operational time for the nodes. The authors propose an Energy-Aware with mobility-assisted Geographic Routing Protocol for mobile ad hoc networks (EAGRP) that increases accuracy and reduces energy consumption in transmission of packets by considering local position information and residual energy levels of nodes to make routing decisions.