OPTIMIZATION OF MANET WITH MIMO FOR FOREST APPLICATION USING ADVANCED ANTENNA MODELS

Abstract
In this proposed work, the impulse response of the channel was measured to estimate the PL of an ad hoc network with more than one antenna in different environments, such as indoors, outdoors, in a forest, or in a combination of propagation environments. Some of these places are: Also, a brand-new way to find a PL path with the lowest cost is suggested and put into action. Assuming that all communication nodes are within the network's transmission range, the suggested method can find the path in the network that loses the least amount of data. But this is seen as a problem, and it is planned that it will be fixed in our next project. So, based on the results, the proposed protocol is made and tested to make sure that communication goes through a secure route with the least amount of packet loss. Along with the transmission range limit, the power limit would also need to be worked on in the future because it is thought to be another important part of mobile ad hoc networks. Another important part of mobile ad hoc networks is how much energy they need. MANET runs on batteries, so energy, or power, is one of the most important parts of how it works.

Authors
K Periyakaruppan1, D Manohari2, M S Kavitha3, B Chellaprabha4
SNS College of Engineering, India1,3, St. Joseph Institute of Technology, India2, Karpagam Institute of Technology, India4

Keywords
Antenna, Loss Pattern Analysis, MIMO, MANETs
Published By :
ICTACT
Published In :
ICTACT Journal on Microelectronics
( Volume: 8 , Issue: 1 )
Date of Publication :
April 2022
DOI :

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