International Journal of Computer Applications
In a Wireless Networks, Quality of Service has become a logical step because of the increasing popularity of using multimedia and real time applications in different potential commercial in MANETs. Resource allocation and Reservation are the part of QoS to satisfy the application requirements. Bandwidth, delay, delay-jitter and packet to loss ratio are the requirements. The complexity in QoS routing in MANETs is to maintain the path constantly till the end of the transmission. Lack of resources in the network as well as frequent changes in the network topology has made MANETs a challenging task. The open problem in the networks is even though lots of research made to support QoS in Internet and other networks, they are not suitable for MANETs.