Energy Efficient Multipath Routing Protocol for Mobile ad-hoc Network Using the Fitness Function
Vitality utilization is considered as one of the significant constraints in MANET, as the portable hubs don't have perpetual power supply and need to depend on batteries, therefore lessening system lifetime as batteries get depleted rapidly as hubs move and change their positions quickly crosswise over MANET. The proposed convention is called the Fitness Function (FF-AOMDV) Ad Hoc On Demand Multipath Distance Vector. The wellness work is used to locate the ideal way from the source to the objective of reducing the use of vitality in multi-track steering. The presentation of the proposed FFAOMDV convention was tested using Network Simulator Version 2 (NS-2), where the demonstration was contrasted with the conventions of AOMDV and Ad Hoc On Request Multipath Routing with Life Maximization (AOMRLM), the two most common conventions suggested around it. The examination was assessed dependent on vitality utilization, throughput, and parcel conveyance proportion, start to finish delay, arrange lifetime and steering overhead proportion execution measurements, fluctuating the hub speed, bundle size and reproduction time.