A Route Selection Mechanism for Mobility of Node in Mobile Ad Hoc Network

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A mobile ad-hoc network is a method of communication between different nodes (mobile devices) without the use of base stations, which are used in wired networks. In a Mobile ad-hoc network, nodes can play the role of a receiver, sender, or a relay. As movement is flexible in Mobile ad-hoc networks and nodes have limited resources, nodes may join the communication or exit it at any time. Therefore, for Mobile ad-hoc networks, routing techniques - selecting communication routes and maintaining them – is considered important in an environment of constantly changing network topology. To overcome this problem, this paper proposes a reliable routing protocol based on MP-AOMDV, which monitors changes in signal strength not only for GPS signals but reception signals as well. Although MP-AOMDV was researched under the assumption of fixed movement direction and speed, this paper proposes a routing technique that works with changing movement direction or speed of nodes.

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Jing Guo

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520-523

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H. J. Cha et al., "A Route Selection Mechanism for Mobility of Node in Mobile Ad Hoc Network", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 224, pp. 520-523, 2012

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November 2012

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