Impact of Node Deployment Models on QoS by Using OPNET Simulator 14.5
Dr. A. V. N Chandra Sekhar, P. Naveen Kireeti, P. Lalitha sai satyavathi, S. Bhargavi
Quality of Service, Convergence, Throughput, Delay.
Mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) are decentralized highly adoptable network consists of autonomous number of mobile devices. Mobile devices in these networks will act as routers that generate user’s traffic and carry out network control and routing tasks. The mobility of devices in MANET dynamically changes the network topology, which makes routing between devices more complicated. When devices move, the impact could be very significant in terms of connectivity and Quality of Service (QoS). In this paper, we intend to conduct a comparative analysis of a few popular mobility models and diverse traffic patterns. We have developed simulation models that incorporate various mobility models and traffic sources to measure applications’ performance in terms of end-to-end throughput (bit rate), delay, and convergence.