Vol. 1 No. 1 (2011): Vol 1, Iss 1, Year 2011
Articles

A study on mobile ad-hock networks (manets)

Senthilkumar P
Assistant professor, MCA, Coimbatore Institute of Management and Technology, Tamilnadu.
Baskar M
IIIrd MCA, Coimbatore Institute of Management and Technology, Tamilnadu.
Published June 30, 2011
Keywords
  • VANETs, InVANETs, iMANETs, DTNs, ALARM, PRISM
How to Cite
P, S., & M, B. (2011). A study on mobile ad-hock networks (manets). Journal of Management and Science, 1(1), 14-20. https://doi.org/10.26524/jms.2011.3

Abstract

As we know that wireless technology becomes very famous among all the aspects of different technologies of computer networking of present era, the Wireless networks really provide the convenient and easy approach to communications between different areas. Wi-Fi is commonly called as wireless LAN, it is one of those networks in which high frequency radio waves are required for transmission of data from one place to another. Wi-Fi operates on several hundred feet between two places of data transmission. This technology only works on high frequency radio signals. Nowadays this technology is used as office or home network and in many electronic devices. Wireless LAN or Wi-Fi is divided into three main parts on which its whole working depends and all of its applications
depend on these parts such as infrastructure mode and ad hoc mode of networking. However, the important type that plays a vital role almost in application is the Ad Hoc mode of networking.This type of networking is also commonly called as peer-to-peer networking or P2P networking. Mobile ad hoc network (MANET) is an autonomous system of mobile nodes connected by wireless links. There is still ongoing research on mobile ad hoc networks and the research may lead
to even better protocols and will probably face new challenges. The current goal is to find an optimal balance between scalable routing and media access control, security, and service management.

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