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Title: Optimizing Performance of Mobile Adhoc Network By Maximizing Channel Utilization
Researcher: Kumar P.K.
Guide(s): Harsh Kumar
University: Dr. K N Modi Univerity
Completed Date: 2018
Abstract: A standout amongst the most cutting edge innovation patterns of the previous decade is the accessibility and developing need of ubiquitous network. The idea remains to access various services, such as emails, messages, voice mail, web, etc, without having to rely on location. Hence, the growing needs for wireless network communication is never stopping. In the past few decades, the wireless network industry has grown quite vastly, and more and more advances are being made in this regard. Ad-hoc network is non- stationary infrastructure wherein a type of wireless network is established in which, one node can exchange information with several other nodes via multihop links and interconnections. Ad hoc system is composed of wireless mobile nodes that build a working wireless network in the absence of a central control unit. newlineThis type of networks employs multihop point to point routing mechanism, to establish network connectivity, instead of stationary network communication. Since the mobile nodes have limited range, the problem arises when one node needs to communicate with other node which is far away from its range. In such cases, several nodes should join to establish a connection between the source and destination. The criterion of determining which nodes should take part in routing depends on various factors. Nevertheless, the main goal is to create a path from one end to another, in order to provide a transmission medium for the nodes to communicate with each other. newlineEver since the introduction of wireless networks, the task of routing in adhoc networks has become very challenging. This main reason for such difficulty is the intrinsic qualities of ad hoc network, in which, the network topologies are always dynamic. This dynamic nature of ad hoc networks will result in several performance issues concerning to the routing and transmission.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/259630
Appears in Departments:Computer Science and Engineering

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