International Journal of Computer and Communication Technology


Wireless mobile ad-hoc networks (MANET) are characterized as infrastructure less networks. Topologies are formed with movement of regular nodes which has multi radio links and these regular nodes under demand behaves as backbone node (router) to forward packets across the network. These networks suffer frequent topology changes due to the dynamic stochastic process behavior of incoming nodes. Mobile ad-hoc networks lack load balancing that causes unnecessary packet loss and route break up in real-time data transmission. Area of operation, interference, and communication link range and path loss are the factors to affect the throughput of MANET. In this paper we evaluated the performance of AODV and DSR routing protocols which are enhanced by an Automation Topography, In our proposed Topographical Automation the location of incoming nodes are completely random and those will be confined themselves within a certain communication range such that the throughput is enhanced to meet better QoS level. As location of the nodes are system defined and quite automatic, nodes before being forwarded with the full assurance of successful session flows. It is often advantageous to position stable and capable relay nodes, including unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), and unmanned under sea vehicles (UUVs) used by Defense to save cost as well as life.




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