An Efficient Opportunistic Routing Protocol in Underwater Communication

Nidhi Rajpoot, Rajendra Singh Kushwah
2015 International Journal of u- and e- Service, Science and Technology  
For many years, opportunistic networks have gain fame in research and industry as a natural evolution of mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs). It is a more common concept of delay tolerant networks, which opens a thrilling path for connecting nodes opportunistically and communicates wirelessly and at the similar time expands the possibilities for real-life application problems. Presented ad hoc routing protocols, although robust to quickly changing network topology, suppose the being there of a
more » ... cted path from source to destination. In this proposed system, we make a base station (BS1) on the upper layer of water. It is situated where signal strength is good. It will get the connection either by RSU (Road Side Unit) or by satellite. When it will get connected by RSU or satellite, sonar waves of base station amplifiers. Another base station (BS2) is situated under water at some distance from BS1 & gets radio waves by base station & its Sonar waves gets amplified.
doi:10.14257/ijunesst.2015.8.6.13 fatcat:m23avnhqgndqhk3ptdz43a25zi