PROJECT TITLE :
Cooperative Load Balancing and Dynamic Channel Allocation for Cluster-BasedMobile Ad Hoc Networks
Mobile accidental networks (MANETs) are changing into increasingly common, and typical network hundreds thought of for MANETs are increasing as applications evolve. This, in turn, will increase the importance of bandwidth potency whereas maintaining tight needs on energy consumption, delay and jitter. Coordinated channel access protocols are shown to be well suited for highly loaded MANETs under uniform load distributions. However, these protocols are generally not as well suited for non-uniform load distributions as uncoordinated channel access protocols due to the lack of on-demand dynamic channel allocation mechanisms that exist in infrastructure primarily based coordinated protocols. In this paper, we gift a lightweight dynamic channel allocation mechanism and a cooperative load balancing strategy that are applicable to cluster based MANETs to deal with this problem. We gift protocols that utilize these mechanisms to enhance performance in terms of throughput, energy consumption and inter-packet delay variation (IPDV). Through intensive simulations we have a tendency to show that both dynamic channel allocation and cooperative load balancing improve the bandwidth efficiency under non-uniform load distributions compared to protocols that don't use these mechanisms furthermore compared to the IEEE 802.fifteen.four protocol with GTS mechanism and the IEEE 802.11 uncoordinated protocol.
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