Abstract: In this research to minimize the energy consumption on broadcasting the message through multiple cells, Multiple Cell and Trust-based Progressive Energy Efficient Routing (MC-TPEER) framework is developed. MPEER protocol consists of the integration process where the energy consumption is minimized and trust maintenance is maximized. Initially, for minimizing the energy rate on multiple cell based broadcasting, MC-TPEER follows the shortest path routing scheme. Multiple cell-based progressive energy efficient routing model on movable node starts by searching of the entire shortest route path in mobile ad-hoc network and picks up the minimal energy conservation path. MC-TPEER was also implemented using NS2 and compared against anonymous location-based efficient routing protocol and report-based payment scheme to assess its performance experimentally. The trust level on broadcasting the message, packet delivery ratio is reported versus several variables where MC-TPEER showed to be superior when compared to the other methods.
J. Nandhini and D. Sharmila, 2016. An Integrated Multiple Cell and Trust Based Progressive Energy Efficient Routing in Mobile Ad Hoc Network. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 15: 3260-3267.