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Performance of ad hoc networks with two-hop relay routing and limited packet lifetime

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Performance of ad hoc networks with two-hop relay routing and limited packet lifetime
— Considered is a mobile ad hoc network consisting of three types of nodes (source, destination and relay nodes) and using the two-hop relay routing protocol. Packets at relay nodes are assumed to have a limited lifetime in the network. All nodes are moving inside a bounded region according to some random mobility model. Both closed-form expressions, and asymptotic results are provided for the packet delivery delay and the energy needed to transmit a packet from the source to its destination. Our model is validated through simulations for two mobility models (random waypoint and random direction mobility models), numerical results for the two-hop relay protocols are reported, and the performance of the two-hop routing and of the epidemic routing protocols are compared.
Ahmad Al Hanbali, Philippe Nain, Eitan Altman
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where VALUETOOLS
Authors Ahmad Al Hanbali, Philippe Nain, Eitan Altman
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