Comparative Analysis of AntHocNet, AODV, DSR Routing Protocols for Improvising Loss Packet Delivery Factor
Ad hoc wireless multi hope networks are increasing in popularity, because of use of low cost wireless networking solution have enabled wide variety of application and services available in laptops, cellular phones, sensor devices, PDAs and embedded system etc., provide ubiquitous access to information. In ad hoc wireless multi hope networks these devices will communicate directly with each other without relying on any infrastructure. Thus, ad hoc networks are highly vibrant and self-configuring. Routing is a task of forwarding packets from source to destination over any kind of network i.e. wired or wireless.
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