Provided by: International Journal of Computer Applications
Date Added: Jul 2012
To provide efficient internet access to mobile users without any disruption of services in conjunction with optimum QoS, the problem of mobility-induced route failures needs to overcome considerably in MANETs. This paper is an effort made for the exhaustive investigation, to ascertain the impact of mobility speed of mobile nodes over the performance of DSR route information based IEEE 802.11g MANET at high data rate of 54 Mbps, not reported in previous work. This paper is demonstrated by using OFDM radio network interfaces along with DCF-MAC protocol implementation under different network load by means of OPNET Modeler.