Movement Evaluation of Mobility Models in Ad Hoc Networks

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Volume-11 Number-9
Year of Publication : 2014
Authors : Harish Pratap Singh , Arvind Kumar Shukla , Abhishek Mishra
  10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V11P283

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Harish Pratap Singh , Arvind Kumar Shukla , Abhishek Mishra. "Movement Evaluation of Mobility Models in Ad Hoc Networks", International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT), V11(9),417-421 May 2014. ISSN:2231-5381. www.ijettjournal.org. published by seventh sense research group

Abstract

Mobility is a normal behavior of Ad Hoc networks. A realistic simulation of user movement in Ad Hoc Network is an important to the network act. The difficult movement pattern of nodes is important in the study of Ad hoc Networks. As the existing mobility models cannot realistically model the recognized movement patterns of node and characteristics of node in any complex area scenarios, this manuscript proposes a personal area mobility model that realistically represents the movements of nodes in a personal area scenario. The plan of this study is to calculate the performance of different Mobility models for Ad Hoc Net work in realistic environments using the available open-source tools for simulating mobile networks. The routing protocols (AODV, DSR, DSDV), mobility models (Random Way Point (RWP), Tactical Indoor Mobility Model (TIMM)) and other aspects are explained and discussed in order to know how to use them properly to model real-life conditions. NS-2.34 and Bonnmotion-2.0 were used to create the networks, services and environment personality in common. In this manuscript we have used to different mobility model to analyze the effect of different mobility pattern in realistic environment such as campus, building, Shopping mall environment to get a realistic simulation. The routing protocol, mobility models and other aspects are explained and discussed in order to know how to use them properly to model real-life conditions. NS-2.34 and Bonnmotion-2.0 were used to create the networks, services and environment personality in common.Therefore, by using mobility a model, this is an important aspect in enhancing the self-confidence in the simulation result of the networks. The results show that realistic Mobility Models better the available mobility model for any site situation such as Shopping mall etc.

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Keywords
Ad Hoc Network, Mobility models, Mobility patterns, ns 2.34, Performance parameters, Boonmotion[2.0].