A Survey on DSDV Node Design in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks

A.K.Ashfauk Ahamed, Dr.B.L.Shiva kumar


Wireless ad hoc network play an important role in communication devices used in numerous applications. Wireless ad hoc networks consist of ad hoc nodes that are used to gather data about a target or event, and to provide a variety of sensing and monitoring applications. Each node in a ad hoc networks acts as a router, forwarding data packets to other nodes. Without routing protocols, these routers cannot work together in phase. In this energy consumption is the most important criterion and low power electronic devices are used in it. There are many routing protocols namely DSDV (Destination Sequence Distance Vector), AODV (Ad-hoc On Demand Distance Vector), and AOMDV (Ad-hoc On Demand Multiple Distance Vector). In this paper, we have analyzed DSDV routing protocols in wireless ad hoc network scenarios. In addition relevant issues and challenges in the field are subsequently illustrated and discussed.


Keywords— DSDV, Wireless ad hoc, Wireless Personal Area network, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v6i8.2600


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