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A Mobile Ad-hoc NETwork (MANET) is a self organizing and adaptive in nature. A MANET consists of a set of mobile participants who must communicate, collaborate, and interact to complete an assigned mission. The challenges of MANETs are to provide wireless, high-capacity, secure, and networked connectivity. Node mobility in MANET causes frequent changes of the network topology. Routing protocols are used to discover routes between the nodes. There are many tools available for testing and comparing the MANET routing protocols. But existing tools or simulators have several drawbacks: such as codes are very lengthy, too many header files.
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