Higher Throughput Maintenance Using Average Time Standard for Multipath Data Delivery Ad-hoc Network System

Provided by: International Journal of Advanced Networking and Applications (IJANA)
Topic: Networking
Format: PDF
Wireless network has come out as one of the key enablers for reliable data delivery for different types of applications. Ad-hoc network consists of self-actuated node that collaborates in order to transfer the information. Trajectory-based Statistical Forwarding (TSF) method used optimal target point selection algorithm to forward packets in order to satisfy probability of packet delivery over multi-hop but failed provide higher throughput on the multipath data delivery. The Void Aware Pressure Routing (VAPR) method used hop count and intensity information to build a directional data delivery system but performance of specialized geographic routing based multipath data delivery was not attained. To maintain the higher throughput level on ad-hoc network data delivery, Median Multicast Throughput Data Delivery (MMTDD) mechanism is proposed in this paper.

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