Extended Multi-Class Approach for Improvement in Overall Throughput Efficiency of Mobile Adhoc Networks
The techniques and possibilities for Adhoc networks designed in general are always attracted by only a minority division of applications, the reason being the varied application environments. One of the imperative scenario covers applications where the people have a lone sender, one or multiple end receivers and of course a number of intermediate nodes. The above scenario(Application specific) provides the luxury of classifying nodes on the basis of various transmission states(Sender, intermediate, and End-receiver).This node classifying strategy thus makes node state as a performance tuner for the whole network. The sender node consequently dictates the impact on the performance of whole transmission.