A Review on QoS Multicast Routing Protocols for MANETs & Internet
Vandana1, Yusuf Mulge2
1Vandana,C.S.E. , P.D.M. College of Engg. for Women, Bahadurgarh, India.
2Dr. Yusuf Mulge, C.S.E. , P.D.M. College of Engg. for Women, Bahadurgarh, India. .
Manuscript received on June 05, 2013. | Revised Manuscript received on June 11, 2013. | Manuscript published on June 15, 2013. | PP: 48-51 | Volume-1 Issue-7, June 2013. | Retrieval Number: G0346061713
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Abstract: Multicasting is a technique used for distributing data packets from one or more sources to a set of receivers on interconnected networks. Currently developing network applications bring specific quality of service (QoS) requirements like bounded delay, minimum bandwidth, and maximum data loss rate. Providing the required quality of service addresses routing and resource reservation concepts. In this study, a literature survey is carried out on traditional and QoS multicast routing protocols, and the need for QoS routing protocols is investigated. Multicasting can minimize the link bandwidth consumption and reduce the communication cost by sending the same data to multiple participants. Multicast service is critical for applications that need collaboration of team of users. Multicasting in MANETs and internet becomes a hot research area due to the increasing popularity of group communication applications such as video conferencing and interactive television. Recently, multimedia and group-oriented computing gains more popularity for users of ad hoc networks. In this paper we are presenting an overview of set of the most recent QoS multicast routing protocols that have been proposed in order to provide the researchers with a clear view of what has been done in this field and how modified protocols can be designed using these protocols.
Keywords: MANETs, Multicasting, QoS, Routing.