Impact of Antenna Model in Reactive Routing Protocol with the Variation of Terrain Area in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks

Mobile ad hoc networks have gained popularity due to continuous communication even in changing topology conditions, which are the prime characteristics of such networks as it does not have fixed infrastructure and any centralization control mechanism. Routing protocol in the mobile ad hoc network plays an important role in the communication process. In this paper, comparing the performances of two different antenna models for Ad hoc On-demand Distance Vector (AODV) routing protocol based on results analysis obtained exploitation simulations with different terrain area on QualNet 6.1.

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