A Case study on Performance of Network Topologies in MANET for Multicast Routing in wireless communication

  • Madas Pushpalatha, Dr.M.Srinivas, Dr.P.Ramadevi


the adaptability to be deployed in correlatively small length of time and capacity to perform in distant and antagonistic situations, mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) are becoming the heart for on-demand peer-to-peer wireless networking in the mercantile and military sectors. These wireless networks are most helpful in critical functions, co-operative and disseminated enumerating, and military utilizations. Multicasting plays a main role in the ad-hoc wireless networks, where nodes form groups to take out few tasks that require one to many and many-to-many signal and data transmission. The largest obstacle in the ad-hoc wireless networks is to discover an improved route in the middle of the two nodes. However, the power and strength of MANET[1]s provides their administration a remarkable defy. For example, undiscoverable connection qualities provider quality of service guarantee to the task crucial assistances more stimulating. similarly, dearth of fixed framework connected with fitful connectivity location a notable load on network organization methods that are awaited to provide error-free betterment between arbitrary network lack of successes. In this paper we are presenting the techniques of Network Topologies, which are p-to-p, Tree and mesh based network topologies which are utilized for multicast routing in Ad-hoc wireless network, these techniques are utilized for transmission of information. The solution MANET quality of interest for providing and nourishing, QoS assurances and performances will depend on the use of network topology of routing protocol.