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Background & Objective: There are some challenging issues such as providing Quality of Service (QoS), restricted usage of channels and shared bandwidth pertaining to ad-hoc networks in a dynamic topology. Hence, there is a requirement to support QoS for the application environment and multimedia services in ad-hoc networks with the fast growing and emerging development of information technology. Eventually, bandwidth is one of the key elements to be considered. Energy aware QoS routing protocol in an ad-hoc network is presented in this article. Conclusion & Reults: The simulation results indicate that the improved protocol outperforms Ad-hoc On-Demand Distance Vector (AODV) routing protocol in terms of QoS metric such as throughput, packet delivery ratio, loss rate and average delay.
QoS, Energy Aware QoS Routing, Ad-hoc Network, Security, Smart DeviceQoS, Smart Devices
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