Work place: Shetty Institute of Technology, Gulbarga, India

E-mail: vdmytri@gmail.com


Research Interests: Computer Networks, Network Architecture, Network Security


Dr.V.D.Mytri Completed B.E from Karnataka University, Dharwad,Karnataka, India in 1972. He Completed his M.Tech from IIT Madras,India in 1980. He Completed his Ph.D from IISc,Bengalore, India in 1988. Currently he is working as Principal, Shetty Institute of Technology ,Gulbarga, India. His area of interests are Digital Communication, Digital Signal Processing, Fibre Optics & Local Networks, Multimedia/Digital Databases User Interface Technologies and Wireless Sensors Networks.

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A Link Quality Based Dispersity Routing Algorithm for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

By Sujatha.P. Terdal V.D.Mytri A.Damodaram

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijcnis.2012.09.03, Pub. Date: 8 Aug. 2012

Multipath routing mechanisms have been preferred over single path routing to provide parallel fail safe paths and to maximize throughput. Applying traditional shortest path metric for multipath route selection leads to traffic concentration at some nodes resulting in congestion, thereby causing performance degradation . Interference caused due to neighbouring node traffic is another factor that further limit its performance gains. Towards this, to ease out congestion and improve network resource utilization we devise a load balancing strategy that splits the load among multiple paths according to link quality. Link quality metric is formulated considering the current load condition , traffic interference and energy of the intermediate nodes. To study the effectiveness of the proposed load distribution method we compare it with another load balancing strategy that forwards traffic along one path ,found using our link quality metric and which switches over to alternate best path on route failure. Simulation results conducted show that proposed load splitting strategy is able to achieve improvement in performance in terms of reduced latency and improved throughput. Network Life time is also improved.

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