Introduction to Mobile AD-HOC Network Architecture CSE Project:
The paper contains the detailed description about the Requirement Analysis of Mobile AD-HOC Network Architecture. This architecture provides a easy mode of transfer of data through the mobile networks. The architecture proves efficiency in link, availability, and connectivity. The requirement analysis of this project is as follows. The Hardware and Software Requirements of the Project are.
Software and Hardware Requirements
The hardware required is, the processor required for this implementation is Intel Pentium IV. The RAM storage required is 128GB. The Hard disk storage required is 20 GB. The CD-Drive required is 40 x Samsung. Floppy drive required is 1.4 MB. Display required is 15’ Samtron color. Keyboard model required is 108 Mercury Keyboard. The mouse model required Logitech mouse.
The operating system environment in which this project will be Windows XP/2008. The language used to develop this project is VB.Net. The Backend will be designed using SQL Server 2005.
a.) Simulation Environment:
A simulated model is being designed for implementing this algorithm of Mobile AD-HOC Networks. This implementation includes a class written in java, which creates a circle which will be called as node. The input give by user will decide the number of nodes in the network. After we successfully create the nodes in the network this implementation provides provision to call the algorithm which is to be implemented. We can also access and see the implemented algorithm through screen. This completes the simulated version of this implementation and it is now ready to work.
b.) Single Neighbor-set Routing:
In this step the system send the information of the next single routing set of the node to the network.
c.) Dual Neighbor-set Routing:
In this step the system the sends the information of the next dual neighbor routing set to the network.
In this step it tells us that how the comparison of the whole system takes place on the three main factor link, availability, and connectivity.