Signal stability-based adaptive routing (SSA) for ad hoc mobile networks

@article{Dube1997SignalSA,
  title={Signal stability-based adaptive routing (SSA) for ad hoc mobile networks},
  author={Rohit Dube and Cynthia D. Rais and Kuang-Yeh Wang and Satish K. Tripathi},
  journal={IEEE Personal Commun.},
  year={1997},
  volume={4},
  pages={36-45}
}
Unlike static networks, ad-hoc networks have no spatial hierarchy and suuer from frequent link failures which prevent mobile hosts from using traditional routing schemes. Under these conditions, mobile hosts must nd routes to destinations without the use of designated routers and also must dynamically adapt the routes to the current link conditions. This paper proposes a distributed adaptive routing protocol for nding and maintaining stable routes based on signal strength and location stability… CONTINUE READING
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