Nikhil Gondaliya

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Delay Tolerant Networking (DTN) can be used as a way of communication when existing infrastructure is totally damaged or not possible to establish in the regions like military, disaster and fire fighting. It is most suitable to the application of disaster scenario because end to end path may not be available most of time and connectivity between rescue team(More)
Delay Tolerant Network has lack of continuous network connectivity, so probability of end to end path between source and destination for any given time is low. Routing in DTN is challenging because it consists a network partitioning, long delay and unstable topology. DTN use store-carry-forward approach for routing, in that packet stored until it(More)
Ad hoc network is infrastructure less network which posses characteristics like decentralized administration and very less efforts for setup. Due to this, it is most suitable for many applications like military, disaster area, rescue operation, collaborative computing and conference meeting where it is not possible to setup wired network or infrastructure(More)
Delay Tolerant Networks (DTNs) also provide the communication to the group of people who carries the mobile devices like smart phone, laptop and palmtop. By exploiting the human characteristics it becomes easy to pretend the social properties which are useful in selecting the appropriate relay node. Many routing protocols have shown the capability of these(More)
Security and mobility is always a wide research area of the mobile ad hoc network. In this paper a new technique is proposed to apply secure as well as mobility aware routing in mobile ad hoc networks. For applying security the packet forwarding behaviour of the nodes is used and for mobility speed and the relative direction of the node is taken. The(More)
Delay Tolerant Networks (DTNs) are one of the most interesting evolutions of MANETs where frequent disconnection of networks is there so that end to end path not establish between source to destination. When seeing routing protocols of DTNs, a forwarding and buffer management are important to be considered for successful message delivery. 'Encounter Based(More)
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