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routing_over_manet [2012/06/10 18:35]
julia [Introduction]
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 In a mobile ad-hoc network (MANET) a set of wireless mobile devices that dynamically form a multi-hop network with each other using wireless links. Each node in MANET works as both host (sends and receives data) and a router (maintains routing information and forwards data that is not directed to itself). By definition, nodes of a MANET are mobile, so any node can lose a connection with the network when it gets out of range of wireless connectivity with neighbors and reestablish connection when it gets in range again. There is a key motivation to form a MANET network - it is benefits that could get users from collaborating with each other. Multi-hop wireless network has been considered to support future ubiquitous and pervasive computation scenarios, and therefore will be intrinsic part of the future Internet. In a mobile ad-hoc network (MANET) a set of wireless mobile devices that dynamically form a multi-hop network with each other using wireless links. Each node in MANET works as both host (sends and receives data) and a router (maintains routing information and forwards data that is not directed to itself). By definition, nodes of a MANET are mobile, so any node can lose a connection with the network when it gets out of range of wireless connectivity with neighbors and reestablish connection when it gets in range again. There is a key motivation to form a MANET network - it is benefits that could get users from collaborating with each other. Multi-hop wireless network has been considered to support future ubiquitous and pervasive computation scenarios, and therefore will be intrinsic part of the future Internet.
routing_over_manet.txt · Last modified: 2012/06/10 18:36 by julia
 
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