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Ad Hoc Mobile Wireless Networking

@inproceedings{Mukherjee2004AdHM,
  title={Ad Hoc Mobile Wireless Networking},
  author={Sujoy Mukherjee},
  year={2004}
}
The growing interest in mobile ad hoc network techniques has resulted in many routing protocol proposals. Scalability issues in ad hoc networks are attracting increasing attention these days. In this article a survey brings out the different routing protocols that address scalability. Quality of Service (QoS) in ad hoc networks seldom considers the scalability issues. So, at the end of the paper, bandwidth management and congestion control so achieved by the routing protocols has been discussed… 

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