Routing technique for data transmission under jammer in multi-hop wireless network

Research paper by R. Uma Mageswari, S. Baulkani

Indexed on: 02 Jan '20Published on: 02 Jan '20Published in: Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing


The value and general execution of jammers create them an indispensable hazard for wireless sensor networks. In the multi-hop wireless network, jammers be able to obstruct the broadcast of consumer messages in the transitional nodes alongside the way, one may utilize jamming insensible routing after that occupy first layer mechanisms (e.g. spread spectrum) to restrain the jamming. The novel technique is introduced hybrid ERS-RIP (efficient route selection—routing information protocol) for data transmission under jammer in multi hop wireless sensor networks. Efficient route selection is to maintain minimum cost to identify the routes. For route selection the energy cost and trustable path must be measured. RIP is a distance vector routing protocol presence in the application of OSI layer and is to measure the optimal path between sources to destination. RIP gives updating occasionally regarding network exchange. When the jammers are found, then the network area nodes are choose alternate path with secure and monitor the energy of these path and the packets are send safely with the help of routing protocols to destination node. This algorithm explains in which provides the route based on the jammer detection path. This ERS-RIP algorithm works based on the quality of the optimal link. The performance of the proposed methodology is estimated by its end-to-end delay, throughput, packet delivery rate, packet loss rate and node life time. Results show that the performance of hybrid ERS-RIP is considerably improved than the existing algorithms ERS, ESA, and DSR. The Performance analysis of existing techniques is 80.5, 81.6, 83.4 and hybrid ERS-RIP is 85.5.