Special Issue Article
Ensuring Reliability in Data Delivery for Mobile Ad hoc Network
|S.Sumathi1 and T.Sugirtha2
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Reliability is considered to be one of the major issues in a mobile adhoc network. Due to the mobility of nodes in mobile adhoc network, reliability matters to be the most significant issue. To have a reliable data delivery, Location based Opportunistic Routing protocol is used. Using this protocol, the packet can be forwarded based on location information of one-hop neighbours and destination node at the moment of forwarding. All nodes closer to destination involves in forwarding the packet. It takes more time to deliver the packet. This can be overcome effectively by selecting forwarder nearer to sender and every node knows its two-hop neighbourhood positions thereby it will achieve faster and reliable packet delivery towards destination.