Comparative Study of Demand Driven Routing Protocols Over Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks

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Executive Summary

In this paper, the authors present a comparative study in a MANET environment. MANET is specifically characterized by high mobility of network nodes and frequent changes of direct visibility. High dynamicity affects the design and implementation of distributed applications by significantly increasing their complexity, to consider not only routing and node configuration issues, but also the possible mobility of software components and the loss of direct connectivity during service provisioning. In this paper, they estimate and compare the performance of on demand driven routing protocols (reactive) - Guided at requirement (counteractive) for ad-hoc networks.

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