Mobility

An Implementation of Multi-Path Dynamic Routing for Computing and Constrained Mobile Ad-Hoc Network Environment

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Executive Summary

Wireless mobile ad-hoc networks are classified as networks where nodes are logically connected with each other. These types of networks do not have fixed topology due to the mobility property of nodes, interference, propagation and loss of path. Hence a dynamic source routing protocol is required for these networks to working properly. Data transfer using this protocol based on shorted path, all packets need to be transferred using same path. The researcher on MANET proposed many Routing algorithms to this task. The main idea of this paper is to study, understand, and analyze the problems with existing routing methods.

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