Seventh International Conference On Advances in Computing, Electronics and Electrical Technology - CEET 2017
Author(s) : M. KALEEM GALAMALI, NAWAZ MOHAMUDALLY
MANET transmission strategies represent one key to address the problem of scarce network amenities in ubicomp topographies. It is understandable that correctly designed protocols for this work can help in controlling energy issues in ubicomp . The enforcement of location-aware transmission strategies is augured to enhance energy management and hence deserves all effort put in by researchers. A few enhancements awaited are: the application of land-based GPS systems, improved location refresh rates and accuracy, development of refined protocols optimised for transmission according to distance and direction criteria, and development of cheaper hardware to support such functionalities. The knowledge of distance coverages by transmitted packets in a ubicomp and corresponding tendencies over different node densities, is undoubtedly favourable for fine tuning transmission protocols in MANETs. Such a corresponding empirical study was conducted in a former paper , whereby the metric Max_CBR_Dist was depicted. In this paper, the next level of study needed for metric Max_CBR_Dist is stated as: “What are the trends of variation observable within each parameter of the equations of curves obtained for metric Max_CBR_Dist  over varying node densities?” Designers may potentially use the output detailed here, towards formulation of better ubicomp transmission protocols. This piece of research dwells a follow-up of previous research [1-42].