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Enhanced Energy Conscious Dynamic Source Routing


  • Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University (A Central University), Lucknow – 226025, Uttar Pradesh, India


Objectives: To propose the new improved energy efficient dynamic source routing protocol. Methods: We have used the concept of location based routing so that we can easily find the locations of the nodes. Each and every node can be traced by its GPS signal and we can get the appropriate location of each node, which helps in choosing the intermediate nodes between source and destination. Findings: The experimental results show that the proposed protocol has improved the individual node life time and so the whole network life span increases. Improvement: This paper offers enhanced energy conscious dynamic source routing for the wireless ad-hoc network.


ECDSR (Energy Conscious Dynamic Source Routing), LBR (Location based Routing), MANET (Mobile Ad Hoc Network), RREP (Route Reply), RREQ (Route Request), WRP (Wireless Routing Protocol)

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