Routing and Reducing Perturbation in Mobile ad Hoc Networks (Manets) for Efficient Communication

Kebande Rigworo Victor

Abstract


Mobile Ad hoc networks (MANETs) are self configuring networks which are perceived as the upcoming technology in scattered networks
and ad hoc networking. In addition to the ancient issues prevailing in networking like that of wireless systems such as overhead costs, bandwidth
insufficiency, congestion and link degradation, Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANET) are scattered mobile wireless multi-hop networks and selfconfiguring
network of mobile devices linked by wireless nodes, with which at all levels has a routable perspective in networking set up that
operates devoid of pre-existing infrastructure, except for mobile devices themselves, several routing protocols both table driven and source initiated
do self starting behavior of Ad hoc networks. The nature of the networks coupled with the mobility of devices, result in a large number of route
breakage. The current approach in the case of broken routes is to reinitiate route discovery either at the source or at the intermediate node.
Perturbation which is generally the motion path disturbance within the channels of communication is reduced by repairing the broken links at the
route overhead to avoid delay.


Keywords: MANET, perturbation, ad hoc, routing


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v4i4.1595

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