A Review of Performance Evaluation of the Routing Protocols in MANETs
|NehaSingla, Ruby Gupta
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Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANETs) are composed of autonomous mobile nodes with communication capability that is often deployed in an unattended environment, thus leaving them vulnerable. Research concerning in MANETs routing is gaining much attraction because of its never ending improvement. There is no centralized hierarchy in MANETs, so nodes itself behave as routers. The performance of MANET is related to the efficiency of the routing protocols in adapting to frequently changing network topology and link status. The paper investigate and compare the performance of OLSR, GRP and ABR routing protocols on basis of various parameters.