Geographic Probabilistic Routing Protocol for Wireless Mesh Network

  title={Geographic Probabilistic Routing Protocol for Wireless Mesh Network},
  author={Ning Xiao and Ling Ding and Minglu Li and Min-You Wu},
This paper presents GPR (Geographic Probabilistic Routing protocol), an opportunistic routing protocol worked between mesh routers in WMNs (Wireless Mesh Networks). In GPR, nodes detect the link condition by probe packets. In order to send a packet, the sender selects a candidate subset. The nodes who successfully received the packet send ACK according to their priority. If there are no ACKs from other candidates, instead of sending ACK immediately, the candidate broadcasts ACK and transmits… CONTINUE READING


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