Corman: The Advanced Cooperative Opportunistic Routing Scheme in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
The mobile ad hoc network (MANET) is a wire fewer network that uses multi-hop peer to peer routing. A user can be able to move at anytime in an ad hoc scenario. As a result, such a needs to have routing protocols that can be adopted dynamically changing topology. To achieve this, a number of routing protocols have been proposed and implemented such as Ad hoc On-Demand Distance Vector routing (AODV), Path finding algorithm (PFA) and link vector algorithm(LV). The comparison had been done on the basis of Routing messages overhead; send list adaption and robustness against link quality variation, It tackles the issue of opportunistic data transfer in ad-hoc networks. The best solution is called cooperative opportunistic routing in mobile ad-hoc networks (CORMAN). That is pure network layer schemes that can be built a top off-the-shelf wire fewer networking equipment. The CORMAN and AODV will observe the significant performance of the network.
S.Alagumani , S.Diwakaran , M.Kalaiyarasi
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