Simulation Analysis of Routing Protocols in Hybrid wireless network

K. H. MOHAMMADANI, S. ABBASI, N. A. MEMON, Z. A. BHUTTO, I. R. MEMON

Abstract


A wireless hybrid network; integration of wireless ad hoc network and wireless infrastructure network is recognized as superior option for next generation wireless networks. Such network focuses to support of continuous transmission with strong Quality of Service (QoS). In hybrid networks, the way to guarantee quality of service (QoS) remains a hot problem, where it is observed that due to the direct adoption of QoS based reservation resource routing for MANET, hybrid networks inherit problems of resource reservation and invalid racing conditions. The article presents the working of two AdHoc routing protocols (DSDV and AODV+) in hybrid systems in relation with different network complexities. It is observed that both protocols performed indistinguishably to the extent of the throughput. For jitter, PLR and PDR, the AODV+ performed superior to DSDV; except for the intricacy situation of system, while DSDV performed ineffectively.


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