Mobility

Study and Comparision of Proactive and Reactive Routing Protocol for Multichannel Wireless Ad-Hoc Network

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Executive Summary

Wireless Ad-hoc network consist of collection of nodes that form a network and are capable of communicating with each other without the help of satisfactory infrastructure such as access points. Many of multichannel protocols are designed to share multiple channels and allow non interfering use of channels through single transceiver. Therefore, multiple communications can occur at same time offering the opportunity to increase throughput and reliability. The authors present an innovative routing protocol that utilizes multiple channels simultaneously to improve the performance of multiple MAC protocol in ad-hoc network.

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