Optimizing Bandwidth Utilization in Mobile Ad hoc Network

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Topic: Mobility
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Mobile Ad hoc NETworks (MANETs) represent complex distributed systems that encompass wireless mobile nodes that can freely and dynamically self-organize. With the rising progress of real-time and multimedia applications, there is a necessity to provide bandwidth and delay guarantees. Available routing protocols for QoS ad hoc, select path guaranteeing delay and/or bandwidth, but don't deem throughput optimization. This results in a low number of admitted real-time and multimedia flows. The difficulty of calculating bandwidth guaranteed paths for the flow requests in an ad-hoc network is complex because neighboring links share the medium and present the Ad-Hoc Shortest Widest Path (ASWP) routing problem in a network context.

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