International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering (IJARCSSE)
In this paper, the authors address the challenge of giving data packets regarding highly dynamic mobile random networks inside a reliable as well as timely manner. Most existing random routing methodologies are vulnerable to node mobility, especially regarding large-scale systems. Driven by this problem, they propose a competent Position-based Opportunistic Course-plotting (POR) method which takes benefit from the stateless property of geographic routing plus the broadcast characteristics of instant medium. They recommend a position-based opportunistic direction-finding mechanism that is deployed without having complex customization to protocol as well as achieve many reception without having losing the main benefit of collision avoidance given by 802.11.