Improving the Energy and Node Mobility in Broadcasting for Mobile Ad-hoc Network

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Topic: Networking
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In the mobile ad hoc network, nodes can directly communicate with all the other nodes within their radio ranges; whereas nodes that not in the direct communication range use intermediate node(s) to communicate with each other. In these two situations, all the nodes that have participated in the communication automatically form a wireless network, therefore this kind of wireless network can be viewed as mobile ad hoc network. Broadcasting is a fundamental communication operation in which one node sends a message to all other nodes in the network. Broadcasting is also used for topology updates, for network maintenance, or simply for sending a control or warning message.
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