Our Abstract Paper for TENCON 2011

TENCON is an annual international technical conference of IEEE Region 10,the Asia Pacific Region, which comprising of 56 Sections, 5 Councils, 8 Sub-sections, 334 Chapters and 491 Student Branches. Held annually since 1980, TENCON provides an important forum for researchers and engineers from the industries, and professors as well as graduate students from the academia to network and to discuss new ideas and developments in the converging technology of electrical and electronics engineering, computer science and related topics.

The Proceedings of TENCON2011 will be included in IEEE Xplore

Here is our abstract paper for International Conference TENCON 2011.

In mobile ad hoc networks (MANET), routing
protocol plays the most important role. For more than one
decade, Ad hoc On-demand Distance Vector (AODV) routing
protocol becomes attention and research focus on MANET
widely. A lot of protocols proposed to improve and optimize
AODV performance. Yet, many of those do not consider the
needs of node accessing Internet via infrastructure network. In
this paper, we proposed a new variant of routing protocol AODV
by combining two protocols, R-AODV [9] and AODV+ [10], we
called it R-AODV+, so it will be able to be implemented in hybrid
ad hoc networks. The reason of proposed R-AODV+ protocol to
be achieved is the best performance and reliable. Nodes that
attain a connection to the Internet will be able to have access with
a gateway node support. In this work, we performed a simulation
using NS-2 and measured the performance of the proposed
protocol by measuring the routing overhead, end-to-end delay
and packet delivery ratio. The result of the simulation shows that
our proposed protocol outperformed AODV+.

 

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2 Responses to “Our Abstract Paper for TENCON 2011”

  1. Ashesh Says:

    Hi, Have you got the results of the TENCON-2011 paper?

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