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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Route Resurgence By Congestion Endurance (RRCE): A Strategic Routing Topology For Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

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S. Vidhya Reddy, K.Srimathi



Keywords: Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, Reserved Path routing, Quality of Service, Shortest Reserved Path Routing Topology.



Abstract:- In mobile ad hoc networks, common mobility during the communication of data causes route failure which results in path rediscovery. In this, we suggest strategic routing topology for route resurgence by congestion endurance in Mobile Ad hoc Networks. In this topology, every source and destination pair establishes manifold paths in the single route discovery and they are cached in their route caches. The cached routes sorts on the basis of their resources availability. In case of route failure within the main route, overhearing neighbor establishes a local recovery path with maximum bandwidth from its route cache. In simulation results, we explain that the proposed approach improves network routing performance.



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