Performance Analysis Using Controlled-Loose- Virtual-Clumping-Based Expelling for Power Heterogeneous (CBEPH) Manets
The fast paced progress in the Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs) has enabled the use of a number of wireless applications on the move. These MANETs exhibit heterogeneity in the energy levels. In such a heterogeneous network, different devices are likely to have different capacities and are thus likely to transmit data with different power levels. With high-energy nodes, MANETs can progress network measurability, connectivity, and disseminating validity. However, the throughput of power heterogeneous MANETs can be severely impacted by high-energy nodes. In this paper, we develop a loose-virtual-clumping-based (LVC) expelling rule for power heterogeneous MANETs, i.e., LEPH. To explore the advantages of high-energy nodes, we develop an LVC algorithm to construct a ranked network and to eliminate simplex links. To reduce the disturbance raised by high-energy nodes, we develop expelling algorithms to avoid packet forward via high-energy nodes. We demonstrate the system implementation and experimental results through simulations in Network Simulator [ns2].
V. Sathiya Priya