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Author Vir, Dharam ♦ Agarwal, S. K. ♦ Imam, S. A.
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Power Management ♦ Optimized Link State Routing ♦ Mobile Ad Hoc Networking ♦ Mobile Ad Hoc Network ♦ Power Management Issue ♦ Mode Transmit ♦ Computer Communication ♦ Control Traffic ♦ Wireless Network Deal ♦ Pioneering Topic ♦ Periodic Update Message ♦ Modified Olsr ♦ Battery Discharge ♦ Power Conservation ♦ Simulation Purpose Qualnet5 ♦ Centralized Administration ♦ Full Battery ♦ Mobile Node ♦ Power Source ♦ Transmission Power ♦ Ideal Mode ♦ Battery Life ♦ Tc Message ♦ Low Battery ♦ Energy Resource ♦ Hello Message ♦ Power Consumption ♦ Wireless Networking ♦ Power Consumes
Abstract Abstract: In most pioneering topics in computer communications is wireless networking. One area in wireless networking is mobile ad hoc networking. The concept of mobile ad hoc networking is based on the fact that users can communicate with each other in network, without any form of centralized administration. In a mobile ad hoc network, nodes are often powered by batteries. Every message can send and every computation performed drains the battery life. One solution for power conservation in mobile ad hoc network is power management. This means that routing decisions made by the routing protocol should be based on the power-status of the nodes. Nodes with low batteries will be less preferably for forwarding packets than nodes with full batteries, thus increasing the life of the nodes. A routing protocol should try to minimize control traffic, such as periodic update messages to improve the lifetime of the nodes and network. Power management in wireless networks deals with the process of managing energy resources by means of controlling the battery discharge, adjusting the transmission power, and scheduling of power sources. We efforts to solve this problem here we can describe the power management issues in mobile nodes to modified Optimized Link State Routing (OLSR) protocol and it was designed on QualNet 5.0 simulator. The modification is done in effect of power management issue in modified OLSR and existing OLSR routing protocol with the metrics like power consumes in all three modes transmit, received and ideal modes, TC message received, Hello message received, signal received and forward to MAC, signal received but with errors and power consumption have been used. For simulation purpose QualNet5.0 has been used as the tool.
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