BRIDGING CONNECTIVITY GAPS WITH DYNAMIC AND SELF-ORGANIZING COMMUNICATION IN AD-HOC WIRELESS NETWORKS
Abstract
Ad-hoc wireless networks are characterized by their dynamic and self-organizing nature, making them suitable for scenarios where traditional infrastructure-based networks are impractical or unavailable. However, the inherent mobility and decentralized nature of ad-hoc networks pose significant challenges in maintaining reliable connectivity. This paper proposes a novel approach to address these challenges by leveraging the Zone Routing Protocol (ZRP) to facilitate dynamic and self-organizing communication in ad-hoc wireless networks. The ZRP divides the network into overlapping zones, with each node responsible for routing within its respective zone. By dynamically adjusting zone boundaries based on network topology changes, ZRP enables efficient routing while minimizing overhead. This adaptability is crucial in ad-hoc environments where node mobility and network topology fluctuations are common. The evaluation results demonstrate significant improvements in connectivity, reduced routing overhead, and enhanced resilience to network dynamics compared to traditional routing protocols.

Authors
Sivamani Chinnaswamy1, Vinod Wamanrao Gangane2, P. Prabaharan3, K. Venkata Ramana4
Kalaignar Karunanidhi Institute of Technology, India1, QIS College of Engineering and Technology, India2, Vivekanandha College of Technology for Women, India3, QIS College of Engineering and Technology, India4

Keywords
Ad-Hoc Wireless Networks, Connectivity Gaps, Zone Routing Protocol, Dynamic Communication, Self-Organization
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ICTACT
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ICTACT Journal on Communication Technology
( Volume: 15 , Issue: 1 , Pages: 3140 - 3145 )
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March 2024
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