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Study of Packet Delivery Ratio, Collision Detection Ratio, End To End Delay during Mobility in Various Wireless Techniques Using NS2

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.3, No. 9)

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Page : 2157-2160

Keywords : IEEE 80215; Bluetooth; IEEE 80216; IEEE 80211; WEP;

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This paper present the effectness of the mobility of Bluetooth, Wi-Fi& Wi-Max. Bluetooth is an open wireless protocol for exchanging data over short distances from fixed and mobile devices. It is used to creating personal area network (PANs). It is also knows as 802.15 standard of IEEE and wireless PAN. Wi-Max network can be built around an entire city, instead of providing limited coverage area while as Wi-Fi provides the services in broadband LAN. However it does not meet QoS requirements for real-time data traffic applications such as voice and video transmissions. Broadband Wireless technologies are increasingly gaining popularity by the successful global deployment of the Wireless Personal Area Networks. The results showed how different factors such as load and mobility might affect the performance of Wi-Fi. The simulation input parameter is mobility and output parameter are end to end delay, packet delay ratio, delay jitter and throughput were considered as the performance measures in this study.

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