Khalid M. Awan

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Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is an arrangement of sensor nodes to collect environmental data and send it to Base Station (BS). Mobile Adhoc Networks (MANET) is a network composed of itinerant nodes via wireless links in deficiency of any infrastructure or topology. Nodes of WSN and MANET are divided into clusters to create a temporary infrastructure for(More)
WiMAX provides a wide range of growing requirements of services and mobility of user that has made allocation of resources a focusing area for the researcher. The goal of the WiMAX Network, based on IEEE 802.16e standard, is to provide the best available quality of service. Several parameters are considered to ensure QoS and efficient resource allocation in(More)
WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access) provides Internet access across the and have a wide range of services. It has been observed many researchers working on quality of services, applications and resource allocation. WiMAX networks incorporate several Quality of Services (QoS) mechanisms for guaranteed services for data, voice and video.(More)
In wireless network environment all nodes behave in multi-hope paradigm, in which every node contains information about the link and connectivity in infrastructure-less manner.If any node moves from its original place to another with or without prescribed manner it called mobile network MANET. To maintain the updated information about the location as well(More)
Greatly unexplored vastness of the ocean attracts human beings to discover knowledge in deep water. Underwater environment is a big challenge for human beings because of changeable and unknown conditions. A highly precise, real time and continuous monitoring system is extremely important for underwater aquatic surveillance, river and sea pollution(More)
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