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Review of Mobile Ad-hoc Networks - Architecture, Usage, and Applications

Author(s): Azher Ashraf Gadoo and Manjit Kaur *

Pp: 458-465 (8)

DOI: 10.2174/9781681089010121010055


Advanced internet technology contributes to several new apps due to wireless communication technology. Mobile Ad-hoc networks are one of the most productive areas of wireless internet technology development. The cellular ad-hoc channels have now become one of the most competitive and successful communications and connections as their usage has increased considerably over the last few years. A remote ad hoc channel is an independent set of portable devices that interact through wireless networks and collaborate in a decentralized way, in the absence of fixed facilities, in an attempt to provide the communication capabilities required. This article addresses a summary of MANET and its use in devices. This article provides a brief analysis of the styles and benefits of MANET implementations in wireless transmission channels. This kind of network, which acts as an isolated channel or one or more places linked to cellular networks or the Internet, paves the way for various exciting new technologies. This article also gives an overview of the possible applications of ad hoc channels, complex assaults, and addresses the technical problems facing procedure architects and channel designers.

Keywords: Cellular Networks, Link Capacity, VANET, Wireless Transmission Channels.

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