Mobile Adhoc Network(MANETS) : Power Aware and Security Related Issues


  • Garima Chaudhary Research Scholar Rajasthan College of Engineering for Women
  • Roshan Jain Assistant professor Rajasthan College of Engineering for Women


MANET (Mobile Adhoc Network), Multipath Routing Mechanism,  routing protocols


Because of the mobility of the nodes, as well as the use of unstable wireless channels for data transmission, it is well-known that frequent connection failures occur in mobile ad-hoc networks. In order to achieve improved transmission in ad-hoc networks, the majority of the research is focused on multipath routing protocols, which are becoming more popular. There is a study here that discusses the provision of a Multicasting routing technique in MANET such that the whole transmission is energy efficient. The primary purpose of the suggested approach was to establish which multicasting routing mechanism was the most energy efficient in order to ensure that the whole transmission in MANET was as energy efficient as possible. After all of the research and tests are carried out in a novel manner, it is discovered that, first, a path that leads to the target is identified, and then data is sent from the source in an extremely efficient manner. It has also been observed that practically all of the mobile nodes have extremely limited battery capacity, making it evident and essential to utilise energy effectively in a MANET. The focus of this work is on introducing a power-aware multicast routing protocol (PMRP) in order to achieve improved mobility prediction for MANETs, which is the subject of the study. In addition, a specific subset of pathways has been identified that will contribute to the improvement of the stability and dependability of routes. In the event that a node has a significant amount of data packets remaining to broadcast, the global positioning system (GPS) is used to determine the location of the node. Detailed information regarding the position, velocity, and direction of the mobile nodes is provided in this section. It is therefore necessary to use this same information in order to calculate the link expiry time (LET) that exists between the two mobile nodes that have been linked. As observed, every destination node makes a point of selecting the routing path that has a short LET and utilises the same as the route expiry time when route discovery is carried out on the network (RET). It can be observed that the destination nodes check to see if they have certain possible routes and then choose the one with the longest RET to use as their main routing path. The same path is then utilised for the source node as it is for the routes that have been chosen. The suggested system in this paper makes use of OMCRM, and the results of testing have shown that the proposed systems are effective in reducing delay time and are efficient in packet transfers. Another essential feature that has been accomplished is that route rescuer has been implemented, which has eliminated the delay and enhanced both the time and the efficiency with which the packets are being transmitted.

Keywords:- MANET (Mobile Adhoc Network), Multipath Routing Mechanism,  routing protocols




How to Cite

Chaudhary, G. ., & Jain, R. . (2021). Mobile Adhoc Network(MANETS) : Power Aware and Security Related Issues. International Journal of Engineering Technology and Computer Research, 9(6). Retrieved from