Survey on Networking Architecture and Protocols for Green Smart Environments

The problem of green energy saving in wireless routing technology is to be solved. For which the new Energy-efficient Survivable Ad-hoc On-demand Distance Vector routing protocol (ES-AODV) i.e. Energy-efficient Survivable AODV (ES-AODV) can be used for unicast demand in green Wireless Mesh Networks (WMNs). To improve the performances of traditional AODV routing protocol, ES-AODV routing protocol uses the hop penalty strategy and flooding delaying strategy. Proposed ES-AODV can be simulated and performance can be verified by QualNet. ES-AODV utilizes more energy and is more efficient about 13% compared with the traditional AODV.

Provided by: International Journal of Advanced Computer Technology (IJACT) Topic: Networking Date Added: Feb 2014 Format: PDF

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