Minimization of Power Consumption in Mobile Ad hoc Networks

An ad hoc network is a mobile wireless network that has no fixed access point or centralized infrastructure. Each node in the network functions as a mobile router of data packets for other nodes and should maintain the network routes for long standing which is not possible due to limited battery source. Also, due to node mobility, link failures in such networks are very frequent and render certain standard protocols inefficient resulting in wastage of power and loss in throughput.

Provided by: mecs-press Topic: Security Date Added: Jan 2014 Format: PDF

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