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Enhancing the MANET Nodes of Hierarchical Architecture for Communication between Mobile Ad Hoc Network and Internet Using Cluster Head Gateway

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2 Author(s)
Bagwari, A. ; Electron. & Commun. Graphic, Era Univ., Dehradun, India ; Jee, R.

As we know in Mobile Ad hoc network our Nodes are highly mobile. They move around the Network. Due to this network topology and number of neighboring nodes in each node frequently change. Movement of nodes from one to another network also affect to the communication between them. To connect the wired and wireless networks particularly the Mobile ad hoc Network is very interesting in real world situations due to its popularity and usefulness. As in our paper we given and explained a approach in which cluster head and gateway will be same and that node is known as cluster head gateway (CHG), in which all the responsibilities of cluster head and gateway will be perform by the CHG and we introduces the prediction table concepts and discusses a mechanism for selecting an alternate route in case if the CHG is unable to forward the packets to the destination, This approach providing Bi-directional connectivity between MANET and wired Nodes. In this paper we are extending the network coverage and the performance measured with other large N/w's. Finally, this paper conducts simulation experiments in the conditions where we connecting MANET nodes to the wired nodes using different networks.

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Computational Intelligence and Communication Networks (CICN), 2011 International Conference on

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7-9 Oct. 2011