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Enhanced OLSR Routing Protocol Using Link-Break Prediction Mechanism for WSN

  • Jaggi, Sukhleen (Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Chandigarh University) ;
  • Wasson, Er. Vikas (Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Chandigarh University)
  • Received : 2016.07.09
  • Accepted : 2016.08.11
  • Published : 2016.09.30

Abstract

In Wireless Sensor Network, various routing protocols were employed by our Research and Development community to improve the energy efficiency of a network as well as to control the traffic by considering the terms, i.e. Packet delivery rate, the average end-to-end delay, network routing load, average throughput, and total energy consumption. While maintaining network connectivity for a long-term duration, it's necessary that routing protocol must perform in an efficient way. As we discussed Optimized Link State Routing protocol between all of them, we find out that this protocol performs well in the large and dense networks, but with the decrease in network size then scalability of the network decreases. Whenever a link breakage is encountered, OLSR is not able to periodically update its routing table which may create a redundancy problem. To resolve this issue in the OLSR problem of redundancy and predict link breakage, an enhanced protocol, i.e. S-OLSR (More Scalable OLSR) protocol has been proposed. At the end, a comparison among different existing protocols, i.e. DSR, AODV, OLSR with the proposed protocol, i.e. S-OLSR is drawn by using the NS-2 simulator.

Keywords

Wireless Sensor Network;Scalability;Routing Protocol;OLSR;Link-Break;Energy Consumption

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