This Project Report on “mobile ad-hoc network” is give an outline description of mobile ad-hoc network nodes and its application with complete explanation of its architecture.

Mobile Ad-Hoc Network Project Report

Evolution of MANET:

MANET is a group of mobile nodes into an ad-hoc network which terminates the need of centralized structures. Till now these mobile networks are dived into three categories.

First generation MANETS – in early stages these networks are called as Packet Radio Networks i.e. PRNET, is implemented in medium distance access and different networking capabilities in a combat environment.

Second generation MANETS– here the primary PRNET’s are further enhanced to improve its radio frequency performance by designing them into smaller and less complex and cost effective devices. While these advanced mobile networks are termed as GloMo (Global Mobile Information Systems) and the NTDR (Near-term Digital Radio) are the bi products of this research.

Third generation MANETS – present day mobile networks are termed as third generation, these are mainly categorized based upon three protocols namely proactive routing protocols, reactive routing protocols and hybrid routing protocols. Each protocol had its own benefits and these are clearly explained in the coming sections.

Youtube video link to view Presentaion

Secure data transmission in MANET:

Data transmission in MANET is greatly depending upon two factors. One is import authorization and export authorization. The import authorization takes decisions about the modifications of the routing information while the export authorization takes decisions based on the request routing information.

Download Mobile Ad-Hoc Network Project Report