Rajneesh Gujral

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Mobile Ad-Hoc networks are highly dynamic networks characterized by the absence of physical infrastructure. Nodes of these networks functions as a routers which discovers and maintains the routes to other nodes in the network. In such networks, nodes are able to move and synchronize with their neighbors. Due to mobility, connections in the network can(More)
RFID means Radio Frequency Identification is a wireless identification technique which becomes very popular these days and is used for the identification of physical objects like products, humans etc by the use of radio frequency. This technique is much more advantageous, safe, secure and easy with lower overhead in contrast with the other conventional(More)
Mobile Ad hoc networks (MANETs) are self-created and self organized by a collection of mobile nodes, interconnected by multi-hop wireless paths in a strictly peer to peer fashion. Scalability of a routing protocol is its ability to support the continuous increase in the network parameters (such as mobility rate, traffic rate and network size) without(More)
Mobile ad hoc networks are infrastructure-less networks consisting of wireless, possibly mobile nodes which are organized in peer-to-peer and autonomous fashion. Each node is also a router that forwards data packets to its proper destination. A new family of algorithms inspired by Swarm Intelligence has come into existence to provide route optimization(More)
— In MANETs, there is a constraint on network bandwidth, so different routing protocols has been proposed which broadcasts the packets by flooding which is simple but causes high retransmissions which lead to media congestion and packet collisions that can significantly degrade the network performance and throughput. So, we proposed flooding algorithm which(More)
Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANETs) is an infrastructure – less network which is created by deploying the mobile nodes carrying wireless devices, able to route the data through multi hop fashion. MANETs uses distributed routing approach. In this paper, analysis of different classification of routing protocols such as: Reactive (AODV, DSR) Proactive (DSDV) and(More)
Traditional Transport Layer Protocol Transport Control Protocol (TCP) and User Datagram Protocol (UDP) which perform well on wired networks, but it degrades its performance in case of Ad-hoc wireless networks due to the existing problems associated such as misinterpretation of packet loss, frequent path breaks, effect of path length, misinterpretation of(More)
Mobile Adhoc Networks are created and organized by a collection of nodes. Sending Multimedia data through these networks is a challenging process. In this paper some of the routing protocols namely AODV, DSDV, OLSR and FSR are taken to perform a general study. Refer ences-Mehran Abolhasan Tadeusz Wysocki. , Eryk Dutkiewicz "A review of routing protocols for(More)