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Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs) also called mesh networks, consist of a large number of mobile nodes that communicate with each other in the absence of any fixed infrastructure or centralized administration. The principle characteristics of MANET are the dynamic topology and the limited battery power of mobile nodes. The discharge of the battery causes many(More)
In Wireless Ad Hoc networks the nodes operate with limited battery energy. Thus, energy consumption becomes a crucial topic in the design of a new Ad Hoc routing protocols. In order to maximize the life time of the network, the traffic should follow a route with nodes that have high energy. Moreover, in order to support real-time applications, it is(More)
In Ad Hoc technology, a mobile node is characterized by a limited battery power. Therefore, the energy consumption becomes an important challenge that must be taken into account when designing a new Ad Hoc routing protocol. An efficient routing protocol should also consider a high level of Quality of Service (QoS) such as the end-to-end delay and the(More)
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