01Jan 2017

A REVIEW & COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DIFFERENT ROUTING PROTOCOLS IN AD HOC NETWORKS.

  • An ad-hoc network works on a frameless network in which collection of devices are supplied to wireless links via communication interfaces. Wireless sensor network is a type of wireless ad hoc network where sensors nodes are geographically distributed each having self-governing feature and that can be used for monitoring the physical conditions in a network then the gathered information report back to the destination. In this paper, different routing strategies have been classified according to their routing paths such as reactive, proactive and hybrid protocols. This paper examines various routing protocols covering their functionality along with their advantages and disadvantages and also present the performance comparison among these protocols is analyses.
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An ad-hoc network works on a frameless network in which collection of devices are supplied to wireless links via communication interfaces. Wireless sensor network is a type of wireless ad hoc network where sensors nodes are geographically distributed each having self-governing feature and that can be used for monitoring the physical conditions in a network then the gathered information report back to the destination. In this paper, different routing strategies have been classified according to their routing paths such as reactive, proactive and hybrid protocols. This paper examines various routing protocols covering their functionality along with their advantages and disadvantages and also present the performance comparison among these protocols is analyses.


[Sukhleen Jaggi and Vikas Wasson. (2016); A REVIEW & COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DIFFERENT ROUTING PROTOCOLS IN AD HOC NETWORKS. Int. J. of Adv. Res. 4 (6). 1200-1208] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com


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Article DOI: 10.21474/IJAR01/806       DOI URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/IJAR01/806


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