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Title: Medium access control and energy-efficient routing for mobile ad-hoc networks
Keywords: MANET, routing, village radio network, energy-efficient
Issue Date: 6-Aug-2004
Citation: CHENG JING (2004-08-06). Medium access control and energy-efficient routing for mobile ad-hoc networks. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: We present an innovative source-initiated on-demand routing for mobile ad hoc networking. This protocol VRRP does not introduce any new message, e.g. route request (RREQ) packet in route discovery; routers can infer routes from broadcast messages. Our simulation results show that VRRP is quite suitable for original flooding-based village radio network, which no existing ad-hoc routing protocols can be used, and also effective as it provides fairly high packet delivery at both high and low mobility settings. VRRP has greatly improved energy efficiency at a small price of slightly lower packet delivery ratio and higher end-to-end delay. Furthermore, by using implicit route discovery, the routing overhead in the network is substantially reduced.
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