IEEHR: Improved Energy Efficient Honeycomb based Routing in MANET for Improving Network Performance and Longevity

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Martin Sahayaraj J
Sendhil Kumar Dr.N.C.
Mukunthan Dr. P.
Tamilarasan N
Jaya Pratha S


In present scenario, efficient energy conservation has been the greatest focus in Mobile Adhoc Networks (MANETs). Typically, the energy consumption rate of dense networks is to be reduced by proper topological management. Honeycomb based model is an efficient parallel computing technique, which can manage the topological structures in a promising manner.  Moreover, discovering optimal routes in MANET is the most significant task, to be considered with energy efficiency. With that motive, this paper presents a model called Improved Energy Efficient Honeycomb based Routing (IEEHR) in MANET. The model combines the Honeycomb based area coverage with Location-Aided Routing (LAR), thereby reducing the broadcasting range during the process of path finding. In addition to optimal routing, energy has to be effectively utilized in MANET, since the mobile nodes have energy constraints. When the energy is effectively consumed in a network, the network performance and the network longevity will be increased in respective manner. Here, more amount of energy is preserved during the sleeping state of the mobile nodes, which are further consumed during the process of optimal routing. The designed model has been implemented and analyzed with NS-2 Network Simulator based on the performance factors such as Energy Efficiency, Transmission Delay, Packet Delivery Ratio and Network Lifetime.

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J, M. S., S. K. Dr.N.C., M. Dr. P., T. N, and J. P. S. “IEEHR: Improved Energy Efficient Honeycomb Based Routing in MANET for Improving Network Performance and Longevity”. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, vol. 10, no. 7, July 2022, pp. 85-93, doi:10.17762/ijritcc.v10i7.5575.