Mobile Ad Hoc Network Routing Protocol Design And Testing Using NS2
A Mobile Ad-hoc Network (MANET) has a set of wireless node numbers allowing each MANET system to move in any direction, which makes it useable for any app. So, we need protocols for routing nodes in MANET adapting quickly to topological changes. The ad hoc mobile network serves and shares the ad hoc network. The MANET is used for linking to the other closest devices A MANET is a wireless network that implements several routing hops rather than the static infra network in order to provide a network of connectivity. This is free in all directions in MANET, and nodes in all routing protocols in larger networks can therefore change their position. The ad hoc routing protocols are equivalent to different performance standards, and they must transmit information within the ad hoc network. There are different performances criteria for comparing the Ad-hoc routing protocols that are required to convey information in the Ad-hoc network. My focus in this paper is on examined and developed routing protocols by the different performance parameters of recent research on mobility and non-mobility simulation studies. All of our 3 mobility routing protocols and non-mobility scenarios were simulated using the Network Simulator with nodes of up to 300 plotting graphs: latency, delay, PDR, drop and average energy consumption.