A Study on Energy Efficient Routing Protocols in MANETs with Effect on Selfish Behaviour | Abstract

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A Study on Energy Efficient Routing Protocols in MANETs with Effect on Selfish Behaviour

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Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks (MANETs) are characterized with dynamic topology. This dynamism leads to mobility of nodes, interference, multipath propagation and path loss. A more challenging goal in MANET is to provide energy efficient routes as it is one of the major limiting factors in mobile nodes. MANETs are typically powered by batteries which have limited energy reservoir and it may not be easily replaced or recharged on the way. Hence, power consumption becomes an important issue and this lack of power with nodes leads to selfish behavior among nodes in case of commercial MANET. This work provides an indepth analysis of literature for routing protocols in MANETs and their effect on selfish behaviour of nodes

Aarti Singh, Divya Chadha

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