Faisal Alzyoud

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Wireless ad hoc networks are a collection of mobile nodes spreading over a defined geographical area, enabling realtime collaborative applications such as push-to-talk and VoIP. Unfortunately, wireless ad hoc networks suffer from limited bandwidth and QoS constraints. A proposed eXplicit MultiCAST (XCAST) based routing protocol (P-XCAST) is presented in(More)
There are two types of wireless networks, infrastructure wireless network and wireless Ad-hoc networks. Wireless Ad-hoc networks are well suited for use by emergency response teams, for search and rescue operations that require team-based communications in the absence of working telecommunications infrastructure, while infrastructure networks require the(More)
— Wireless ad hoc networks are a type of wireless network that can be easily created without the need of network infrastructure or central administration. Unfortunately, wireless ad hoc networks suffer from some limitations related to the bandwidth leakage. So a proper data flow mechanism should be used to save the bandwidth consumption. So we proposed an(More)
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