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An Enhanced Queuing Model for Route Optimization in Ad-Hoc Networks Based on Simulation

Lalit Johari; Rahul Kumar Mishra

Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering and Sciences Publication(BEIESP)

Nowadays, with an increased supply for service quality multimedia communication over MANETs. Increased bandwidth, increased data rate, decreased latency, and increased ad-hoc network performance are the key objectives of using the queuing model. In this paper, when considering queuing delay and server use, a queuing model is created to analyze the cellular network in terms of video, audio, and text content. In a tailored discrete-event environment, this framework helps us to conduct functional testing of suggested algorithms. Servers service both types of data packets inserted into the network without long queues in the simulation performance. A Sim Events-based architecture is implemented at the concrete level for traffic simulation. This structure explores the effect of traffic generation on the system's queuing delay and server utilization.

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