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VEGAS: Better Performance than other TCP Congestion Control Algorithms on MANETs
M. Jehan, G.Radhamani, T. Kalakumari
Pages - 151 - 158     |    Revised - 01-05-2011     |    Published - 31-05-2011
Volume - 3   Issue - 2    |    Publication Date - May / June 2011  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
MANET, Mobile Computing, TCP Congestion Control Algorithms
ABSTRACT
The wireless communication TCP/IP protocol is an important role in developing communication systems and which provides better and reliable communication capabilities in almost all kinds of networking environment. The wireless networking technology and the new kind of requirements in communication systems need some extensions to the original design of TCP for on coming technology development. In this paper we have analyzed six TCP Congestion Control Algorithms and their performance on Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (MANET). More specifically, we describe the performance behavior of BIC, Cubic, TCP Compound, Vegas, Reno and Westwood congestion control algorithms. The evaluation is simulated through Network Simulator (NS2) and the performance of these congestion control algorithms is analyzed with suitable metrics.
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Associate Professor M. Jehan
D.J.Academy for Managerial Excellence - India
jehanjoy@yahoo.co.in
Dr. G.Radhamani
Dr.G.R.Damodharan College of Science - India
Dr. T. Kalakumari
Sri Krishna Arts and Science College - India