Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
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Wireless mobile ad-hoc network technology is designed for the establishment of a network anywhere and at any time, without any fixed infrastructure to aid the mobility of the users inside network. A wireless ad-hoc network is an accumulation of mobile nodes with a dynamic network infrastructure developing a temporary network. This lecture briefly describe on the overview of Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks and Routing in Ad-Hoc Networks.

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