Simone A. Malvassori

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— Routing in ad hoc wireless networks is not only a problem of finding a route with shortest length, but it is also a problem of finding a stable and good quality communication route in order to avoid any unnecessary packet loss. In this paper, we propose a modified ad hoc on-demand distance vector (MAODV) routing protocol derived from the AODV routing(More)
Routing in ad hoc wireless networks does not simply consist in finding a route with shortest length (as in wired networks with virtually error-free communication links), but it requires the creation of a stable and good quality communication route to avoid any unnecessary packet loss. In this paper,we discuss physical layer-oriented routing in ad hoc(More)
Power saving is considered a significant issue relating to wireless ad hoc and sensor networks, where nodes normally use limited battery power. Transmitting using unnecessary high power introduces excessive interference. It is much better if the network designer would have each node transmit at the lowest possible power while the network connectivity is(More)
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