Abstract

Flooding also known as broadcasting is one of the most primitive methodologies that focus on investigating searches concerning mobile ad hoc networking due to poorer network procedures which is a main feature in the concept of broadcasting which provides implications to superior applications that includes routing. Broadcasting means in conventional ways transmitting messages from a given branch to all other branches present in a network. The whole grid of the network is manned to ensure that the transmitted data is uniformly ported to the remaining nodes in a decentralized type of network setup. The two issues that renders nodes out of reach all the time are limited radio range and their immovability which assists in concluding that te issue of data transmission covering all networks is assumed to be a multi-objective issue that aims at increasing the count of number of nodules and also decreasing the time taken to reach the specified nodules and also reducing the network overhead which is a crucial characteristic because of the fact that this may direct to congestion also known as broadcast storm issue. This article aims at giving an insight of the taxonomy of transmitting methodologies in MANETS and current state of the art.

How to Cite
SHAIK JAFFAR , DR. M.V. SUBRAMANYAM, Mr.. Broadcasting methods in mobile ad hoc networks: Taxonomy and current state of the art. Global Journal of Computer Science and Technology, [S.l.], jan. 2012. ISSN 0975-4172. Available at: <https://computerresearch.org/index.php/computer/article/view/432>. Date accessed: 18 jan. 2021.