Wireless networks are formed by the devices that run on batteries, having limited amount of energy. Different actions of the nodes like transmitting, receiving, processing etc consume available energy. In order to increase the system's life-time, energy consumption has to be minimized. The Power Assignment Minimum expected energy and reliable routing Algorithm (abbreviated as PAMEERR) is used to present reliable energy efficient routing mechanism that integrate the energy efficient routing and power assignment into one scheme. PAMEERR varies the transmission power of the packet according to the distance of the destination node from transmitting node. PAMEERR is applied for static wireless ad hoc networks. This Paper Proposes Dynamic Transmission Power Assignment for Energy conservation routing (abbreviated as DPAECR) in MANETs.DPAECR updates the transmission power for every packet transmission. For the purpose of energy conservation, each node can dynamically adjust its transmitting power based on the distance of the receiving nodes.
Raghavendra, U. and Vasundra, S.
"Dynamic Transmission Power Assignment for Energy Conservation Routing in MANETs,"
International Journal of Smart Sensor and Adhoc Network: Vol. 1
, Article 17.
Available at: https://www.interscience.in/ijssan/vol1/iss1/17