An Optimized Energy Efficient Aware Routing via Hybrid Congestion Control Scheme in Mobile Adhoc Networks
A mobile ad hoc network (MANET) is a group of mobile, wireless nodes which helpfully and unexpectedly structure an IP-based network. Nodes that are a piece of the MANET, yet past one another's wireless range impart utilizing a multi-hop course through different nodes in the network. In this paper first, proposed Filter Based Addressing Protocol (FAP) keep away from the impact of the location in parcel combine occasion. It handles the join and leaves of the nodes appropriately. The proposed system lessens the control load. FAP gives the littler delays in the parcel merging occasions and node joining occasion. Second, Optimized Queue Scheduling proposed in the part is fit for handling large traffic and ensuring QoS to end users. It is seen that totally lowering the delays isn't for all intents and purposes conceivable; nonetheless, delays can be controlled to go past certain threshold range. Third, Random Early Congestion Control is employed to minimize congestion in MANETs through optimal data handling. The proposed model in our work is an innovative method to manage congestion alongside reduction in time taken for transmission. Fourth, Congestion-Aware Adaptive Routing can effectively improve the performance of Networks due to its ability to accurately predict network congestion and make optimal routing decisions.