Provided by:The International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering
Ad hoc wireless networks can be deployed quickly anywhere and anytime as they eliminate the complexity of infrastructure setup. The main reason for degradation in mobile ad-hoc network performance as a result of node mobility due to the traffic control overhead required for maintaining routes in the case of table-driven protocol and maintaining routes in the case of on-demand protocol. Mainly the performance goes down when they considered the mobility for the network. The effect of mobility on fundamental communication and network performances metrics such as the Bit Error Rate (BER) of multi-hop route joining a source-destination pair and minimum required node spatial density of an ad-hoc wireless network for full connectivity.