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In the WiMAX (IEEE 802.16e) femtocell environment, serving Base Station (BS) should periodically broadcast neighbor BS information including femtocell to support mobility. As a neighbor list increases, it leads to increasing scanning overheads and wasting air resources. Hence, in this paper we propose a network-assisted femto BS management scheme, using a(More)
Delay Tolerant Networks (DTNs) are one of the most interesting evolutions of MANETs. In DTNs which can be characterized by intermittent connectivity, frequent end-to-end path disruption and topology changes, mobile nodes are enabled to communicate with each other even if a route connecting them never exists. When considering routing protocols of DTNs, a(More)
Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (MANETs) require a dynamic and efficient routing protocol that can respond quickly to network topology changes. Ad hoc routing protocols for MANETs are classified into: (a) proactive, (b) reactive and (c) hybrid approaches. In general, proactive routing is more suitable for a stationary network, while reactive routing is better for a(More)
We propose a Network Allocation Vector (NAV) based Load Aware Routing (NA-LAR) protocol for Wireless Mesh Networks. NA-LAR is basically based on the Directional AODV (D-AODV)) to reduce the number of route request packet broadcast by using a restricted directional flooding technique. It also considers network conditions with NAV which indicates the busyness(More)
Delay Tolerant Networks (DTNs) are one of the most interesting evolutions of MANETs where frequent disconnection of networks is there so that end to end path not establish between source to destination. When seeing routing protocols of DTNs, a forwarding and buffer management are important to be considered for successful message delivery. 'Encounter Based(More)
This paper proposes an efficient network mobility support scheme with direct home network prefix (HNP) assignment to reduce the location update cost and packet tunneling cost. Since the HNP of a Mobile Network Node (MNN) is directly assigned by the moving mobile access gateway (mMAG), instead of the local mobility anchor (LMA), using a sub-prefix of the(More)
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