A comparison of OLSR and OSPF-MDR for large-scale airborne mobile ad-hoc networks

@inproceedings{Kuperman2014ACO,
  title={A comparison of OLSR and OSPF-MDR for large-scale airborne mobile ad-hoc networks},
  author={Greg Kuperman and Lenny Veytser and Bow-Nan Cheng and Scott Moore and Aradhana Narula-Tam},
  booktitle={AIRBORNE@MobiHoc},
  year={2014}
}
In this paper, we compare the proactive MANET routing schemes of OLSR and OSPF-MDR via high-fidelity simulation, and consider their suitability for large-scale airborne networks. A successful MANET routing scheme must be bandwidth efficient and robust to frequent topology changes. To assess the two protocols, we simulate them in networks with up to 400 mobile nodes, under a variety of network densities. We evaluate them on the basis of the amount of routing overhead generated, the rate of… CONTINUE READING

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