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Performance analysis of a lightweight NEMO implementation for low-end devices

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Performance analysis of a lightweight NEMO implementation for low-end devices
IETF Network Mobility (NEMO) Basic Support Protocol is an IP mobility management protocol designed to provide seamless IP mobility to complete networks. This protocol is of crucial interest in vehicular mobility and it is being applied in several research projects and initiatives which pretend to incorporate communication support to the transportation system. One of the problems which appear when including NEMO on vehicles is the need of incorporate network infrastructure to the vehicle with its associated cost in terms of money, space etc. On this work we present an implementation of the NEMO protocol specifically designed to run on low end network devices. We also present the performance figures of it running on a reference device, proving that its performance is enough to comply the requirements of vehicular communications. Categories and Subject Descriptors D.m [Software]: Miscellaneous ∗J.L Almodovar and A. de la Oliva’s work was partially funded by the European Project DAI...
J. L. Almodovar, Antonio de la Oliva, C. Lazo Ram,
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Year 2008
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Authors J. L. Almodovar, Antonio de la Oliva, C. Lazo Ram, Cristina Cervello-Pastor
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