Dynamic Neighbor Discovery and Loop-Free, Multi-Hop Routing for Wireless, Mobile Networks

@inproceedings{Karp1998DynamicND,
  title={Dynamic Neighbor Discovery and Loop-Free, Multi-Hop Routing for Wireless, Mobile Networks},
  author={Brad Karp and H. T. Kung},
  year={1998}
}
We present the Harvard User-Level Metricom Radio driver (HUMR), a substrate for development of wireless datagram routing protocols, and Any-Path Routing without Loops (APRL), a distance-vector, wireless datagram routing protocol developed on HUMR that provably does not acquire routes that contain loops. Reachability between hosts changes constantly on a wireless, mobile network. HUMR, our radio IP implementation, uses link-level neighbor acquisition and loss reports from Metricom spreadspectrum… CONTINUE READING

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