What all are the diffrences between Adhoc network and wireless network
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What all are the diffrences between Adhoc network and wireless network?

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Generally a ad hoc network is a wireless network but instead of been managed by a hub or switch a computer runs the network. A adhoc network is typically a wireless connection between two or more computers without the use of a hub or switch, where as a wireless network generally has some piece network hardware running the network that is only meant to facilitate connections and not make them its self.The main difference is the severe resource contraints in sensor networks in terms of power, memory capacity ... etc.

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