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A Mobile Ad-hoc network is a wireless network in which network composing a group of mobile wireless nodes using method of base stations with some restrictions. Mobile nodes are powered by batteries with limited capacity and its need to be conserving energy for maximize the battery lifetime. The node power failure affects the node itself with also affects the capability of the node to forward packets to other nodes and thus, the overall network lifetime. Energy efficient routing protocols minimize the energy consumes to send out data packets and obtain data packets. Recently a lot of research has been undertaken to not only improve the energy storage but also to lengthen the networks lifetime.
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