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The effect of two realistic Radio Propagation Models for Mobile Ad hoc NETworks in Urban Area Environment Supported with stations
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Dr.Ibrahim khider, Prof.Wang Furong,Amna Saad
Mobile Adhoc Network, Propagation models, Mobility Models, base stations, Simulation
In the field of Mobile Ad Hoc Networking, most current results have been achieved using simulators. Network simulation tools are frequently used to analyze performance of MANET protocols and applications. The need for reproducible results and easy to observe environments limits the use of real world measurements for those kind of networks. They commonly offer only simple radio propagation models that neglect obstacles of a propagation environment .The radio wave propagation model has a strong impact on the results of the simulation run. It is stated here that the two more realistic radio propagation models has a strong impact on the results of the simulation run. The model is based on data of the simulation area in urban area. Consequently, we obtain different performance evaluation results. This paper gives insights on the effect of these propagation models for MANETs in indoor and outdoor environments and presents the parameters and the results of simulating
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