Energy Efficiency Comparative Analysis of Different Routing Protocol In MANET for Healthcare Environment

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Preeti Yadav, Krishan Kumar, Mr. Tarun Dalal


Now a day ad hoc mobile networks have several routing protocols, but every protocol has its own advantages and limitations therefore our main aim is to meet maximum performance using advance algorithm. Some are good in a small network; some are suitable in large networks, and some give better performance in location or global networks. Today advance and innovative applications for health care environments which are based on a wireless network are being developed in the commercial sectors. In our research work ECHERP framework gives a better performance as compared to other routing protocol. Designing WSN with this architecture in mind will enable designers to balance the energy dissipation and optimize the energy consumption among all network constituents because energy is one of the most crucial factor and sustain the network lifetime for the intended application. By categorizing the overall WSN system into sub region, components of each region were extracted in terms of their dominant factors, followed by a mathematical formula as a total energy cost function in terms of their constituents. As in our base paper three protocols are used which are DSR, DSDV and AODV and out of these DSR has best parameters on comparing diverse parameters has maximum remaining energy. But in our research a new protocol ECHERP is integrated in NS2 and then we compared these four protocols and we found that ECHERP have optimized values of parameters.

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, P. Y. K. K. M. T. D. “Energy Efficiency Comparative Analysis of Different Routing Protocol In MANET for Healthcare Environment”. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, vol. 6, no. 6, June 2018, pp. 121 -, doi:10.17762/ijritcc.v6i6.1645.