Destination-Sequenced Distance Vector ( DSDV ) Protocol

@inproceedings{He2002DestinationSequencedDV,
  title={Destination-Sequenced Distance Vector ( DSDV ) Protocol},
  author={G Z He},
  year={2002}
}
An ad hoc network is a collection of mobile nodes forming an instant network without fixed topology. In such a network, each node acts as both router and host simultaneously, and can move out or join in the network freely. The instantly created network does not have any base infrastructures as used in the conventional networks, but it is compatible with the conventional networks. DSDV is a modification of the conventional Bellman-Ford routing algorithm. It addresses the drawbacks related to the… CONTINUE READING
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