Energy Management System in Adhoc Wireless Networks

Wireless ad hoc networks can be used to provide services anywhere and anytime. Ad hoc networks enable users to spontaneously form a dynamic communication system. They allow users to access the services offered by the fixed network through multi-hop communications, without requiring infrastructure in the user immediacy. Wireless networks are beset by insufficiency of communication bandwidth and therefore a key issue is to satisfy user requests with minimum service delay. Network nodes have limited energy resources; the energy expended for transferring information across the network has to be minimized. Adhoc wireless networks are constrained by limited battery power, which makes energy management an important issue.

Provided by: Creative Commons Topic: Mobility Date Added: Apr 2013 Format: PDF

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