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Topic: MANET Mobile Ad hoc Network, Source code, AODV
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Kirti Patel

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Re: MANET Mobile Ad hoc Network, Source code, AODV
Posted: Apr 16, 2012 11:58 AM
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Hi Asim

Did you find that code which can generate 50 nodes in matlab .
If you found then can you please share it with me .

I really appreciate your help.


Asim Ali Shah <> wrote in message <>...
> hello,
> basically i want like 50 odd nodes randomly moving here and there with
> a ad hoc network amongst themselves, so then i can simulate different
> things on them, like changing the parameters of a few nodes and
> looking at the results etc. but just to start off with i want to make
> the adhoc network in matlab first.
> thanks for reading
> will much appreciate your help
> On Aug 3, 11:53 am, Asim Ali Shah <> wrote:

> > On Jul 5, 4:49 pm, "Aman " <> wrote:
> >

> > > what u want to do. you need just a code for network diagram. or else.
> >

> > > "Rajiv Gowda" <> wrote in message <ho57ho$>...
> > > > Hi,
> >
> > > >       I am working on my final year project regarding "Implementation of Mobile Ad hoc Networks". I would very much appreciate if any of you can provide the source code for MANET or mobile ad hoc network or one of its routing protocols ( ex. AODV ).
> >
> > > >       Any ideas, opinions or other information is also welcome. Please reply.
> >
> > hi
> > i am working on the same
> > if you have got any ideas of making the mobile adhoc network
> > enviornment in matlab plz let me know aswell.
> > thanks a lot

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