G. Varaprasad

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SUMMARY Wireless ad hoc networks are growing important because of their mobility, versatility, and ability to work with fewer infrastructures. The mobile ad hoc network is an autonomous system consisting of mobile nodes connected with wireless links. Establishing a path between two nodes is a complex task in wireless networks. It is still more complex in(More)
The objective of every sensor node in a sensor network is to send the sensed data in the phenomena to a sink node. The network lifetime is maximal, when the energy consumption of each node is uniform. Many routing protocols select an optimal path to increase the network lifetime in sensor networks. The energy of the nodes along this optimal path is consumed(More)
This paper focuses on the capacity of wireless ad hoc networks and analyzes the effect of key factors viz. network size, traffic patterns and detailed local radio interactions on the capacity of such networks. The capacity is evaluated with several different network layouts and traffic patterns through simulations. To demonstrate the impact of these(More)
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