Route Optimization on Wireless Mobile Ad-hoc Networks

  • Shu-Lin Wuy, Tai-Ku Lin, Yu-Chee Tsengy, Jang-Ping Sheuy
  • Published 1999


A mobile ad-hoc network (MANET) is formed by a cluster of mobile hosts, each installed with a wireless transceiver, without the assistance of base stations. Due to the transmission range constraint of transceivers, two mobile hosts may communicate with each other indirectly, by having other mobile hosts relay their packets. Several routing protocols have… (More)


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