Performance Evaluation Of OLSR And DSDV Protocols in Military Operations

Renuka Bhat

Abstract


Mobile ad hoc network is an infrastructure less network. It has various applications in fields like the military. Sharing the information among the armed forces in the military operation is an essential issue for effective fighting and for the minimum causalities .The routing protocol is the key factor of MANET. For military operations selecting the proper routing protocol is important work. MANET has various types of properties like infrastructure less, flexible for changeable topology and data transfer effectively which makes it suitable for military operations. The property of MANET is that it can be easily configured, set up and build. Due to the infrastructure less network of MANET it depends on the cooperation of nodes for communication. Because of popularity and prospective among MANET protocols, OLSR and DSDV Routing Protocol are selected. For military operation environment OLSR and DSDV protocols has been simulated and analysed using Network Simulator 2(NS2) tool. After the simulation results it has been analysed that which routing protocol is suitable for military operation on the basis of simulation outcomes.

Keywords


Mobile ad-hoc networks (MANET), Destination Sequenced Distance Vector (DSDV), Optimized Link State routing protocol (OLSR),Packet Delivery Ratio (PDR), Packet Loss, End to end delay, Routing overhead, Random Walk Mobility Model (RWMM), Random Way Point Mo

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v8i5.3555

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