Effective space usage routing in Multi-Hop Wireless Networks

Gourishetty Raga Mounika, Shravan Kumar Elguri


In the problem of routing in multi-hop wireless networks, to achieve high end-to-end throughput, It's miles important to find the “pleasant” path from the source node to the vacation spot node. Although a massive quantity of routing protocols were proposed to find the direction with minimal total transmission remember/time for turning in a unmarried packet, such transmission be counted/time minimizing protocols cannot be guaranteed to attain maximum end-to-cease throughput. In this paper, we argue that with the aid of cautiously thinking about spatial reusability of the wireless verbal exchange media, we will enormously enhance the cease-to-quit throughput in multi-hop wireless networks. To guide our argument, we recommend spatial reusability-aware single path routing (SASR) and anypath routing (SAAR) protocols, and examine them with present single-course routing and anypath routing protocols, respectively. Our assessment consequences display that our protocols appreciably enhance the cease-to-stop throughput in comparison with present protocols. Specifically, for single-course routing, the median throughput advantage is up to 60 percent, and for every source-vacation spot pair, the throughput benefit is as high as five:3_; for anypath routing, the maximum in line with-go with the flow throughput benefit is seventy 1.6 percentage, while the median gain is up to 13.2 percent.

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