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Considerations and Open Issues in Flying Ad Hoc Network

Journal: International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Research (IJSER) (Vol.5, No. 7)

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Page : 397-402

Keywords : FANET; VANET; MANET; UAVs; Routing Protocols; Mobility Models.;

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With the world transforming into a worldwide town because of innovative headways, computerization in all parts of life is picking up energy. Wireless innovations address the continually expanding requests of versatile and adaptable communication. Wireless ad-hoc networks, which allow communication between devices without the need for any central infrastructure, are gaining significance, particularly for monitoring and surveillance applications. A relatively new research area of ad-hoc networks is flying ad-hoc networks (FANETs), governing the autonomous movement of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). In such network multiple UAVs are permitted to communicate so that an ad-hoc network is built up between them. All UAVs in the network convey UAV-to-UAV communication and just gatherings of UAVs cooperate with the ground station. Moreover, if one of the UAV communication link breaks; there is no connection breakage with the base station because of the ad-hoc network appointed between UAVs. In this paper, flying ad-hoc network are surveyed along with existing routing protocols and mobility models. Along with delineates open research issues with dissecting openings and future work are also discussed.

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