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dc.description.abstractInformation Technology has seen vital developments with innovations in communication technologies. newlineData communication has captive from infrastructure based to infrastructure-less methods. newlineMobile ad-hoc networks are composed of nodes with completely different data rates, reliability, newlinetransmission power and processing speed. This results in link spatial property causing newlinetransmission failure attributable to link breakage between the nodes. Seamless quality across newlineheterogeneous mobile wireless technologies is currently essential as MANET users demand newlineefficient communication. The layered protocol designed for wired networks stand insufficient. newlineIn this thesis work, the effort is to analyze and propose a cross-layer interaction design between newlinetransport layer, routing layer, data link layer, and physical layer with the intentions of power newlineefficient routing. Energy-efficient design requires a cross-layer design as power is affected by newlineall aspects of network design ranging from silicon level to application level. newlineAt the physical layer, the transmit power level affects the signal quality that determines the newlineneighbouring nodes that receives the Request-to-Send packet (RTS). The link quality is set by newlinethe received signal strength at the physical layer. The channel interference, competition, and newlineRequest-To-Send/Clear-To-Send packets of the MAC layer are used to confirm the transmission newlinepower and ensure the Quality of Service at the application layer. newlineIn the MAC layer, a replacement protocol is projected that uses two communication channels newlinethat try to resolve link spatial property. Within the network layer, hierarchical location service newlineprotocol and a node density adaptation position-based routing protocol are proposed.Routing newlineprotocols should contemplate power efficient information for the successful transmission to newlinecomplete. newlineA cross-layer approach design is a necessary part for designing power economical routing protocols. newlineIn this thesis work, efforts are made to optimize a cross-layer interaction design between the network.
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dc.languageEnglish
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dc.titleAnalysis and Design of Cross Layer Architecture for Data Accessibility in MANETs through Efficient Routing Protocol
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dc.creator.researcherJhunu Debbarma
dc.subject.keywordLink spatial property, Power efficient, Cross-layer design, Location service protocol, Node density adaptation
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dc.contributor.guideSudipta Roy and Rajat Kumar Pal
dc.publisher.placeSilchar
dc.publisher.universityAssam University
dc.publisher.institutionDepartment of Information Technology
dc.date.registered01/01/2011
dc.date.completed30/07/2017
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dc.source.universityUniversity
dc.type.degreePh.D.
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