Analysis of Multicast Routing Protocols: PUMA and ODMRP

In general, wireless communication is defined as sharing of information between one or more systems through wireless links. Wireless networks can be categorized into two different modes as infrastructure based and infrastructure less. Infrastructure based mode is the most common use wireless mode for the end user loop. Infrastructure fewer modes also called as the ad hoc mode relies on wireless communications without any fixed infrastructure. Infrastructure based networks are characterized by their use of Access Points (APs), or base stations. The most known example of infrastructure based wireless network is GSM (Global System for Mobile communication) and more recently, Wi-Fi.

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