Paper Title
Interference-Aware Node Disjoint Multi-Path Dynamic Source Routing Protocol For MANETs

Advances in the applications of Mobile Ad hoc NETwork (MANET) has made MANET popular. In MANET mobile nodes move freely and dynamically and self-organize into randomly and temporary network topologies. Because of the dynamic structure of MANET, many challenges exist. Routing is a vital challenge. Interference is a important characteristic of MANET. The decrease of it increases the stability and reliability of the network. In this paper, we propose a node-disjoint Interference-Aware Multi-Path Routing Protocol (IA-MDSR) which is based on interference aware Dynamic Source Routing Protocol (DSR). The minimal interference path is calculated by using multiple paths with their interference intensity values generated by DSR algorithm. From simulation results, we show that the IA-MDSR packet delivery fraction is remarkably higher than the DSR. We also show that IA-MDSR throughput is higher than DSR.