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Efficient Adaptive Loose Virtual Clustering Based Routing For Power Heterogeneous MANETs Using Local Geographical

  title={Efficient Adaptive Loose Virtual Clustering Based Routing For Power Heterogeneous MANETs Using Local Geographical},
  author={K. Shanthi},
Power heterogeneity is common in mobile ad hoc networks. There are increasing interests and use of mobile ad hoc networks with the fast progress of computing techniques and wireless networking techniques. Mobile network consists of devices with heterogeneous characteristics in terms of transmission power, energy, capacity, radio, etc. In such a heterogeneous network, different devices are likely to have different capacities and are thus likely to transmit data with different power levels… Expand


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