An Advanced Comparative Study of MANETs Routing Protocols Under Varied Number of Nodes and Mobility Rate - Volume 13, No. 6, June 2018 - Journal of Communications

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An Advanced Comparative Study of MANETs Routing Protocols Under Varied Number of Nodes and Mobility Rate

Alaa Aadri and Najlae Idrissi
University of Sultan Moulay Slimane, Faculty of Sciences and Techniques, Information Processing Decision Support Laboratory P.B. 523, Beni Mellal, Morocco
Abstract—The development of wireless technology has offered interesting perspectives in the field of telecommunications which has allowed the manipulation of information through mobile nodes equipped with wireless communication interfaces and with limited characteristics (low storage capacity, autonomous source of energy, limited bandwidth, etc.). In a mobile ad hoc network, , generally called MANET, managing the data routing is to ensure a strategy that guarantees at any time the connection between any two nodes in the network, it must consider changes in topology and other characteristics of the network (bandwidth, number of links, network resources... etc). In this paper, we focus on the data routing issue that represents the major challenge in the deployment of this networks, we present the theoretical aspects of all the different routing protocols classes, we apply an advanced comparative study on these protocols performance and we illustrate some network topologies


Index Terms—MANET; VANET; WSN; IoT; modelization; routing protocols; performance analysis

Cite: Alaa Aadri and Najlae Idrissi,    " An Advanced Comparative Study of MANETs Routing Protocols Under Varied Number of Nodes and Mobility Rate, vol. 13, no. 6, pp. 284-292, 2018. Doi: 10.12720/jcm.13.6. 284-292.
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