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The wireless adhoc network is comprised of nodes (it can be static or mobile) with wireless radio interface. These nodes are connected among themselves without central infrastructure and are free to move. It is a multihop process because of the limited transmission range of energy constrained wireless nodes. Thus, in such a multihop network system each node (also known as router) is independent, self-reliant and capable of routing the packets over the dynamic network topology and therefore routing becomes very important and basic operation of adhoc network. Many protocols are reported in this field but it is difficult to decide which one is best.
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