Devised Opportunistic Routing With Congestion Control Policy in Wireless Adhoc Networks

International Journal of Computer & Organization Trends  (IJCOT)          
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Volume - 7 Issue - 5
Year of Publication : 2017
Authors :  Roopalakshmi S, Noor Basha, Anil Kumar


Roopalakshmi S, Noor Basha, Anil Kumar "Devised Opportunistic Routing With Congestion Control Policy in Wireless Adhoc Networks", International Journal of Computer & organization Trends (IJCOT), V7(5):19-23 Sep - Oct 2017, ISSN:2249-2593, Published by Seventh Sense Research Group.


The rapid advances in wireless Ad-hoc environment enables a profound of users. The data transmission via multi-hop networks creates huge traffic in opportunistic routing. To overcome from this issue, a devised opportunistic routing with congestion control policy is studied. We have proposed OR based DTMC scheme that deals with behavioral study of cooperative and non-cooperative nodes. The task of opportunistic routing is to deliver the packets in reliable and secured manner. The objective is to design routing protocols that supports noncooperative nodes of wireless environment. We estimate packet drop ratio to observe the action of nodes and detect the congestion establishing nodes. The set of each node is selected and various parameters are considered to improve the possibility of delivering packets to their final endpoint. An experimental outcome shows the efficacy of the proposed system.


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Wireless Adhoc networks, Multi-hop networks, Opportunistic routing, Non-Cooperative nodes and Packet drop ratio.