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The Path Recovery in Mobile Ad hoc Network with Improved DFCP Protocol

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Volume:
Volume 5, Issue 12 (December 2019)
Publication No:
IJTC201912001
Author:
Inayat-Ullah-Makhdoomi, Jasdeep Singh
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Abstract:
The mobile adhoc network is the decentralized type of network in which mobile nodes can move from one location to another. Due to random mobility of the mobile nodes route establishment, route maintenance is the major issues of mobile adhoc networks. This research paper, focus on the route establishment and route maintenance properties of mobile adhoc network. The DFCP protocol is the route establishment and route maintenance protocol in which broker route will be recovered on the basis of node connectivity. The node which has maximum connectivity is selected as the best node for route recovery in DFCP Protocol. In this research work, the DCFP protocol is further improved by adding buffer size parameter for route recovery which also maintains quality of service in the network. The proposed DCFP protocol simulation results perform well as compared to existing DCFP protocol in terms of certain parameters

Keywords:
DCFP, NCPR, MANETs, AODV

Tags Associated: MANET AODV