Description: The research paper What are Mobile Ad-hoc Networks MAN Seminar speaks about Mobile Ad-hoc networks. It is suggested in the research paper that a mobile ad-hoc network as the name itself suggests is mobile connectivity having a receiver and transmitter and all these in the absence of infrastructure.
This paper briefly explores some of the issues that we believe will be raised by the development and future common place adoption of mobile, wearable, augmented reality systems.
These include: social influences on tracking accuracy, the importance of appearance and comfort, an increase in collaborative applications, integration with other devices, and implications for personal privacy.
Minimal configuration and quick deployment are suggested in the research paper as suitable for emergency situations like natural disasters or military conflicts. The earlier ad-hoc networks were called packet radio networks and were sponsored by DARPA.
What is Delay-Tolerant Networking:
The research paper explains what delay tolerant networking is. Delay-Tolerant Networking (DTN) is an approach to CN architecture that seeks to address the technical issues in mobile or extreme environments that lack continuous network connectivity.
Conclusion: The research paper concludes over a note that mobile ad-hoc networking facilitates communication beyond a traditional infrastructure. Ad-hoc networking is going to play an important role in the arena of wireless communications.
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