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Performance Evaluation of Directional Adaptive Range Control in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

Mineo Takai, Junlan Zhou, Rajive Bagrodia
2005 Wireless networks  
DARC uses directional reception for range control rather than directional transmission in order to achieve both range extension and high spatial reuse.  ...  This paper presents DARC (Directional Adaptive Range Control), a range control mechanism using directional antennas to be implemented across multiple layers.  ...  In particular, recent studies on the use of directional antennas in mobile ad hoc networks, or MANETs, have shown significant increase in network capacity.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11276-005-3514-9 fatcat:svlvnkhs2za3fapmyy66md3tzq

Performance Evaluation of MAC Protocols for Ad-hoc Networks using Directional Antenna

Arvind Kumar, Rajeev Tripathi
2011 International Journal of Wireless & Mobile Networks  
Self configurability and easy deployment feature of the Mobile Ad-hoc network (MANET) resulted in numerous applications in modern era.  ...  An efficient and effective medium access control (MAC) protocol is essential in ad-hoc network for proper sharing of channel. The omnidirectional antenna has been used in traditional MAC protocols.  ...  The employment of directional antennas has demonstrated improvement in the performance of Ad-hoc network.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijwmn.2011.3602 fatcat:uilzqscscbaphpusj2yhtkabmq

WSN07-5: Performance of Directional MAC Protocols in Ad-Hoc Networks over Fading Channels

Kun Liu, Walaa Hamouda, Amr Youssef
2006 IEEE Global Communications Conference, Exhibition, & Industry Forum (GLOBECOM)  
The application of directional antennas in mobile ad-hoc networks (MANETs) has proved to offer large throughput gains relative to single-antenna systems.  ...  All our results show that the use of directional antennas at the mobile station can improve the channel efficiency in an ad-hoc network.  ...  In this paper, we evaluate the effect of signal fading on the throughput performance of mobile ad hoc networks when equipped with directional antennas.  ... 
doi:10.1109/glocom.2006.504 dblp:conf/globecom/LiuHY06 fatcat:e3yc64nkrjeobe3a7awlk7ok7a

Impact of MAC Layer on The Hidden and Exposed Terminal Problem in MANET

Krishan Kumar, Poonam
2021 International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science Engineering and Information Technology  
The ad hoc network is adaptable to the highly dynamic topology resulted from the mobility of network nodes and the changing propagation conditions.  ...  We will focus on a particular kind of wireless network: mobile ad hoc networks.  ...  Objectives: The objective of the research work is to evaluate the problem of Hidden Terminal and Exposed Terminal for mobile Ad-hoc Networks. FTP Fig.4.1:Radio Range .  ... 
doi:10.32628/cseit217542 fatcat:wa4zbhrbzfep3g4d3wqmdawlwi

Performance Improvement of Routing Protocol in Ad-hoc Networks Using Smart Antenna with Balance Load

Arvind Kumar, Rajeev Tripathi
2010 International Journal of Computer and Electrical Engineering  
An adaptive routing strategy is proposed that use the advantages of directional antennas in ad hoc networks through the selection of maximally zone disjoint routes.  ...  We have presented a balanced routing protocol for Mobile Ad-hoc Networks using the smart antenna in this paper.  ...  Two directional routing protocols have been proposed [13] , in order to enhance the performance of ad-hoc networks using directional antennas.  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijcee.2010.v2.265 fatcat:44xozikspraarmhwdyc2ncupt4

EHER: An Energy Harvesting Aware Entropy-Based Routing Protocol in Mobile Ad-Hoc Wireless Sensor Networks

Kyuhyun Shim, Kyusung Shim, Beongku An
2016 International Journal of Future Generation Communication and Networking  
In this paper, we propose an Energy Harvesting aware Entropy-based Routing protocol, called EHER, in mobile ad-hoc wireless sensor networks.  ...  The performance evaluation using OPNET shows that the proposed routing protocol can efficiently support PDR, average and minimum remaining energy of nodes, and the lifetime of routes and networks, respectively  ...  The network size is 1km  1km and consists of 50 mobile nodes, and one sink in the mobile ad-hoc wireless sensor networks.  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijfgcn.2016.9.8.27 fatcat:pttmcne37vei7bkvt4kjiefqea

Performance Evaluation of ODMRP and ADMR using Dif-ferent Mobility Models

K. Kavitha, K. Selvakumar
2012 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Routing Protocol for Ad-Hoc networks are typically evaluated using simulations.  ...  A Mobile ad hoc network (MANET) is a collection of wireless mobile nodes forming a temporary network without using any existing infrastructure.  ...  To capture the nature of mobility of nodes in a mobile ad hoc network (MANET), different mobility models have been proposed.  ... 
doi:10.5120/8605-2375 fatcat:noywz3wcovgrzh4twv2s5eyrki

A Survey on Mobile Ad Hoc Wireless Network

Samba Sesay ., Zongkai Yang ., Jianhua He .
2004 Information Technology Journal  
This paper presents a coherent survey on ad hoc wireless networks, with the intent of serving as a quick reference to the current research issues in ad hoc networking.  ...  Through this survey it would be seen that Ad hoc Networking presence an interesting research area inheriting the problems of wireless and mobile communications in their most difficult form.  ...  energy-and id numbers (AMRIS). bandwidth-constrained networks as mobile ad hoc To adapt to the dynamic nature of ad hoc networks networks.  ... 
doi:10.3923/itj.2004.168.175 fatcat:dk2cywgsujfzpejiidozziyywa

MA-LTRT: A Novel Method to Improve Network Connectivity and Power Consumption in Mobile Ad-hoc Based Cyber-Physical Systems

Yuichi Kawamoto, Hiroki Nishiyama, Nei Kato
2013 IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing  
To address this issue, we focus on mobile ad-hoc based CPSs, which is a network system consisting of mobile devices.  ...  For addressing these two challenges in the mobile ad-hoc based CPS, we propose a novel method called mobility aware, local tree-based reliable topology to construct the network with adequate network connectivity  ...  ADAPTING TOPOLOGY CONTROL METHODS TO MOBILE AD-HOC NETWORK BASED CPS Since each node moves randomly in the mobile ad-hoc based CPS, the topologies need to have a certain level of redundancy to keep the  ... 
doi:10.1109/tetc.2013.2278707 fatcat:25jgcfmcx5fv5j6v3pqazhvvxu

Adaptive Multi-mode Routing in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks [chapter]

Jeroen Hoebeke, Ingrid Moerman, Bart Dhoedt, Piet Demeester
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper proposes a novel concept for routing in mobile ad hoc networks, adaptive multimode routing, and demonstrates its feasibility and effectiveness.  ...  Mobile ad hoc networks are wireless multi-hop networks with a completely distributed organization. The dynamic nature of these networks imposes many challenges on mobile ad hoc routing protocols.  ...  Performance of Existing Routing Protocols Classification of Routing Protocols for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks Over the last few years, numerous routing protocols have been developed for ad hoc networks.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30199-8_10 fatcat:xo3uhmnupbf7pokgytx6eflwry

Comparative Performance Evaluation of On-Demand Multicast Routing Protocols for MANET

K. Kavitha
2018 Asian Journal of Computer Science and Technology  
A Mobile Ad hoc NETwork (MANET) is a collection of wireless nodes communicating with each other in the absence of any infrastructure.  ...  In this paper, we compare the performance of On-Demand Multicast Routing Protocol (ODMRP), Adaptive demand driven Multicast Routing Protocol (ADMR) With Efficient Geographic Multicast Routing Protocol  ...  An ad-hoc routing protocol is a convention, or standard, that controls how nodes decide which way to route packets between computing devices in a mobile ad hoc network [2] .  ... 
doi:10.51983/ajcst-2018.7.s1.1789 fatcat:yqdzrcg5bfeurilvhwqws67haq

Ad hoc networking for pervasive systems

Marco Conti, Enrico Gregori
2005 Ad hoc networks  
The simplest ad hoc network is a peer-to-peer network formed by a set of stations within the range of each other that dynamically configure themselves to set up a temporary single-hop ad hoc network.  ...  In these cases, infrastructure-less or ad hoc networks provide a more efficient solution.  ...  Vaidya, in their paper ''Performance of Ad Hoc Routing using Directional Antennas'', analyze the impact of directional antennas on the dynamic source routing (DSR) performance.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.adhoc.2004.07.001 fatcat:hfrpkrsdzzbubdg3t5crofjqeq

Self-organizing topology for energy-efficient ad-hoc communication networks of mobile devices

Indushree Banerjee, Martijn Warnier, Frances M. T. Brazier
2020 Complex Adaptive Systems Modeling  
Section Background: forms of energy consumption in ad-hoc networks discusses energy consumption in mobile ad-hoc networks, followed by a review of different approaches proposed in the literature for energy  ...  The proposed solution is positioned at the intersection of three research areas, each of which are described below in more depth: -Hybrid ad-hoc networks: mobile ad hoc networks that focus primarily on  ...  Lastly, the performance of the self-adaptive ad-hoc communication network needs to be evaluated outside of lab conditions.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40294-020-00073-7 fatcat:lm5z7vzbqvhn7afuzsvqgcup6i

Exploiting Heterogeneity in Ad Hoc networks with Antenna Arrays

W.M. Sousa Júnior, L.A. Silva
2004 Journal of Communication and Information Systems  
Node homogeneity in terms of physical resources and characteristics, such as antenna capabilities, mobility, and energy constraints, is a widely accepted assumption in ad hoc networking that may not hold  ...  In this work, we propose a solution that allows a few more resourceful nodes (highly connected, non-energy constrained, and with low mobility) to improve the overall network performance in terms of end-to-end  ...  in the ad hoc network), ability to adapt the coverage area to the dynamic distribution of mobile nodes, flexibility to adjust to unplanned AP location, and, perhaps most importantly, it would benefit from  ... 
doi:10.14209/jcis.2004.13 fatcat:v6xzjz6hpbduhnxe6aweniajeq

Reliable Multicast and Energy Conservation in MANET: A Survey

Mr. R. Karthik, Ramitha M. A.
2014 IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering  
Limited battery power is the most important issue considered during the design of a mobile ad hoc network.  ...  Mobile ad hoc networks are networks without any infrastructure and topology. They are self organized and battery powered networks with a large number of mobile nodes.  ...  In such a network the mobile node is also act as a router. Objective Mobile ad hoc networks consist of movable nodes and nodes are powered by battery.  ... 
doi:10.9790/0661-16280815 fatcat:7rfc2gzvdrbdjeggvb25qwy77y
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