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Mobile Ad hoc NETworks (MANETs) are autonomously self-organized networks without infrastructure support. In a mobile ad hoc network, nodes move arbitrarily; therefore the network may experience rapid and unpredictable topology changes. Here each node participating in the network acts as host and a router and therefore must forward packets for other nodes. Because nodes in a MANET normally have limited transmission ranges, some nodes cannot communicate directly with each other. Hence, routing paths in mobile ad hoc networks potentially contain multiple hops, and every node in mobile ad hoc networks has the responsibility to act as a router. Researches in this area are mostly simulation based, and in this paper, the authors will be analyzing the performance of DWI-PBHRA routing protocol with the PBHRA.
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