Shashi Raj K

Work place: Department of ECE, DSCE, Bangalore



Research Interests: Computer systems and computational processes, Embedded System, Data Structures and Algorithms


Shashi Raj K. is an Assistant professor in the department of Electronics and Communication Engineering at Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering, Bengaluru. He has received his B.E degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Vivekananda Institute of Technology, Bengaluru and M.Tech degree in VLSI Design and Embedded Systems from Reva Institute of Technology and Management, Bengaluru and pursuing Ph.D in Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum, Karnataka, India. He has eleven international, one national journal publications and three international conference publications to his credit. His research area and area of specialization includes Wireless Networks, VLSI and Embedded systems. He is a life member of the Indian Society for Technical Education.

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QoS Oriented Cross-synch Routing Protocol for Event Driven, Mission-critical Communication Over MANET: Q-CSRPM

By Shashi Raj K Siddesh G K

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Nov. 2018

The decentralized and infrastructure less feature of Mobile Ad-hoc network (MANET) has made it a potential networking solution to be used in major applications ranging natural disaster management, vehicular communication, industrial communication etc. Though, being a dominating mobile communication system, exceedingly high network topology and mobility pattern in MANETs make it trivial to achieve Quality of Service (QoS) delivery, particularly for event-driven (mission-critical) communication. With this motivation, in this research paper a robust QoS Oriented Cross-Synch Routing Protocol for Event Driven, Mission-Critical Communication named Q-CSRPM has been developed for MANET. The proposed Q-CSRPM routing protocol exploits cross-layer routing architecture by applying network layer, MAC layer and physical layer information of IEEE 802.11 standard to perform optimal best forwarding node selection and reliable path formation. Q-CSRPM protocol performed proactive node management, service differentiation based data prioritization and resource scheduling, and dynamic buffer assessment based congestion detection at the network layer, dynamic link quality estimation and packet velocity estimation at the MAC layer, and PHY switching control at the physical layer of the protocol stack. Q-CSRPM applies dynamic link quality, congestion probability and packet velocity of a node for best forwarding node selection to form forwarding path. The node information sharing across the layers of protocol stack enables optimal BFN selection and routing control. It strengthened Q-CSRPM to exhibit 98.2% and 93% of packet delivery ratio for real time data and non-real time data respectively. A minimum of 2% deadline miss ratio was observed.

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