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Enhancing the 'Willingness' on the OLSR Protocol to Optimize the Usage of Power Battery Power Sources Left
Saaidal Razalli Azzuhri, Suhazlan Suhaimi, K. Daniel Wong
Pages - 12 - 26     |    Revised - 04-08-2008     |    Published - 16-09-2008
Volume - 2   Issue - 3    |    Publication Date - June 2008  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
Multipoint-relay, ad-hoc, cross platform, OLSR, MANET
ABSTRACT
Mobile ad-hoc networks are infrastructure-free and highly dynamics wireless networks. There are many routing protocols for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANET). One of the popular routing protocols is Optimized Link State Routing (OLSR). OLSR was developed to work independently from higher-layer protocols and it creates an underlying architecture for communication without the help of traditional fixed-position routers. In addition, OLSR attempts to maintain the communication routes for the mobile nodes that have limited transmission range. This paper discusses the OLSR implementation in terms of battery power status and its advantages particularly pertaining to the relationship between the power status function with the OLSR by modify some of the OLSR source code. The study also focuses on maximizing the use of the battery power sources. The results from the experiment show that the usage of the battery power sources left was maximally used when the “Willingness” for the nodes was indeed increased. We will conclude that the experiments have been successfully done and the results demonstrate the improvement for the OLSR nodes to maximize the battery power sources usage on the MANET by enhancing the “Willingness” on the OLSR protocol.
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Mr. Saaidal Razalli Azzuhri
Electrical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering - Malaysia
saaidal@um.edu.my
Mr. Suhazlan Suhaimi
Faculty of Information & Communication Technology - Malaysia
Mr. K. Daniel Wong
Department of Information Technology Malaysia University of Science & Technology - Malaysia