National Academy Science Letters

, Volume 41, Issue 4, pp 211–214 | Cite as

Fuzzy Based Hybrid Energy Control Technique to Optimize Hello Interval of Reactive Routing in MANET

  • Dhananjay BisenEmail author
  • Sanjeev Sharma
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Mobile adhoc network is a compilation of self-organizing wireless hosts which can dynamically create a multi-hop network to exchange data packets at any place and time. It is spontaneously deployed over a geographically limited area without using pre-existing infrastructure unlike cellular networks. This paper proposes the hybrid energy control technique for adhoc on-demand distance vector routing protocol based on soft computing technique. This paper describes energy optimization of node using selection of optimal value of the hello interval. The selection process is done by soft computing technique like fuzzy logic in which two input fuzzy inference system (FIS) has been designed to find optimal hello interval. Two parameters, energy and mobility of node are used as an input for fuzzy inference system since hello interval depends on value of these parameters. Implementation and simulation study has been done using research tools MATLAB and Network Simulator respectively.


Fuzzy logic Adhoc network Fuzzy inference system AODV MATLAB NS2 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Information TechnologyRGPVBhopalIndia

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