Pattana Wannawilai

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A mobile ad hoc network (MANET) is a network consisting of a set of wireless mobile nodes that communicate with each other without centralized control or established infrastructure. The mobility model represents the moving behavior of each mobile node (MN) in the MANET that should be realistic. It is a crucial part in the performance evaluation of MANET.(More)
Multi-path routing protocols for MANET are deemed superior over conventional single-path routing protocols as the former reduce end-to-end delay, increase reliability and provide robustness. However, the shortest path routes resulting from shortest multi-path routing, such as AOMDV, cause the area congested and thus its effectiveness is decreased. This(More)
Congestion is a major problem in mobile ad hoc network (MANET) which causes long delay and significant loss of data packets, and increases the routing overhead and battery power consumption. The shortest path route seldom offers the optimal route, especially when it traverses the congested area of the mobile network. This paper proposes a novel AODV with(More)
Congestion is a major problem in mobile ad hoc network (MANET) which causes long delay and significant loss of data packets, and increases the routing overhead and battery power consumption. The shortest path route seldom offers the optimal route, especially when it traverses the congested area of the mobile network. This paper proposes a novel AODV with(More)
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