The rapid evolution in the field of mobile computing is driving a new alternative way for mobile communication, in which mobile devices form a self-creating, self-organising and self-administering wireless network, called a mobile ad hoc network.
Mobile Ad Hoc networks includes to be one of the raised area of domains that S-LOGIX offers to work on projects with. Its intrinsic flexibility, lack of infrastructure, ease of deployment, auto-configuration, low cost and potential applications make it an essential part of future pervasive computing environments.
As a consequence, the seamless integration of mobile ad hoc networks with other wireless networks and fixed infrastructures will be an essential part of the evolution towards future fourth generation communication networks.
Computer Science and Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Application, Information Technology and Computer Networks
Computer Science and Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Application, Information Technology and Computer Networks.