Outdoor experimental comparison of four ad hoc routing algorithms

@inproceedings{Gray2004OutdoorEC,
  title={Outdoor experimental comparison of four ad hoc routing algorithms},
  author={R. Gray and D. Kotz and Calvin C. Newport and Nikita Dubrovsky and Aaron Fiske and Jason Liu and Chris Masone and S. McGrath and Yougu Yuan},
  booktitle={MSWiM '04},
  year={2004}
}
Most comparisons of wireless ad hoc routing algorithms involve simulated or indoor trial runs, or outdoor runs with only a small number of nodes, potentially leading to an incorrect picture of algorithm performance. In this paper, we report on an outdoor comparison of four different routing algorithms, APRL, AODV, ODMRP, and STARA, running on top of thirty-three 802.11-enabled laptops moving randomly through an athletic field. This comparison provides insight into the behavior of ad hoc routing… Expand
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