We study an efficient broadcast scheme in mobile ad hoc network systems (MANETs). The goal is to decide a little arrangement of forwarding nodes to guarantee full coverage. We first investigation a few strategies that certification scope when the local view of each node on its neighborhood data is updated in a timely manner. At that point, we consider a general situation where nodes move notwithstanding during the communicate procedure, making it impractical to maintain up-to-date and consistent local views. A formal system is utilized to display incorrect neighborhood sees in MANETs, where the full scope is ensured if three adequate conditions, Connectivity, link availability, and consistency, are met. Three solutions are proposed to fulfill those conditions. To begin with, we give a negligible transmission go that keeps up the availability of the virtual system developed from local views. At that point, we utilize two transmission ranges, one for neighborhood data collection and the other for real information transmission, to form a buffer zone that ensures the availability of logical links in the physical system. Finally, we propose a system called aggregated local view to ensure the consistent local view. By these, we extend Wu and Dai’s coverage condition for broadcasting in a system with mobile nodes.