Efficient Bandwidth in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks Using Genetic Algoritham
A.Anusha1, CH.Veera Babu2
1Annadatha Anusha computer science, JNTU(KAKINADA)/Stan’s Engineering College Chirala, Country India.
.2CH.Veera Babu, Computer Science, JNTU(KAKINADA)/Stan’s Engineering College, Chirala, India.
Manuscript received on January 17, 2012. | Revised Manuscript received on February 05, 2012. | Manuscript published on February 29, 2012. | PP:117-125 | Volume-1 Issue-3, February 2012. | Retrieval Number: C0206021312/2011©BEIESP

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Abstract: Most of the existing routing protocols are designed primarily to carry best effort traffic and only concerned with shortest path routing. Little attention is paid to the issues related to the quality of services (QoS) requirement of a route. In this paper, we will consider the problem of searching for a route satisfying the bandwidth requirement in a mobile ad-hoc network. Unlike in a wired network, where the available bandwidth of a route is simply the minimum bandwidth of the links along the route, the calculation of the available bandwidth of a route in a mobile ad-hoc network has been proved to be complete. The Genetic Algorithm (GA) has successfully been applied to many famous Application problems in communication networks, such as the multicast routing problem. Recently, many researchers have attempted to adopt genetic algorithms to solve various problems existing in mobile ad hoc networks. This Genetic Algorithm executed in a centralized manner for the bandwidth calculation problem in the TDMA channel model. Extensive computer simulations are performed to compare the performance of our proposed GA method and that of other existing heuristic algorithms. Simulation results verify that our GA can produce larger bandwidth utilization than others.
Keywords: Genetic Algorithm, Bandwidth, Network Simulation.