Seventh International Conference On Advances in Computing, Electronics and Electrical Technology - CEET 2017
Author(s) : M. KALEEM GALAMALI, NAWAZ MOHAMUDALLY
Use of MANET transmission approaches symbolise a key towards solving the problem of sparsely available network and routing equipment in ubicomp environments, which is expected to be the case for many future environments specially outdoor ones. Good performance of MANET directly depends on correctly designed protocols and research is well on the way in this direction . The adaptation of location-aware transmission strategies is prone to augment energy management standards and justifies all the effort put in by researchers. Among the technological enrichments looked forward in the future, the application of land-based GPS systems, improved location refresh rates and accuracy, development of fine-tuned transmission protocols and cheaper sophisticated hardware, are most awaited. Available scientific knowledge of trends of distance coverages by transmitted packets in a ubicomp over varying node densities, is undeniably favourable for refining transmission protocols in MANETs. Correspondingly, one such empirical study was carried out in a previous paper , whereby metric Min_CBR_Dist was explained. In this paper, the next piece of investigation required for metric Min_CBR_Dist is put forward as: “What are the trends of variation observable within each parameter of the equation of curves obtained for metric Min_CBR_Dist  over varying node densities?”. The results presented here remain utilisable by designers for better developing ubicomp transmission protocols. This piece of research remains a follow-up of previous work [1-43].