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Status of this Memo

@inproceedings{Bidulock1985StatusOT,
  title={Status of this Memo},
  author={B. Bidulock},
  year={1985}
}
The Statistic-Based Routing (SBR) protocol has been originally designed to meet the requirements of sensor networks. During the simulation and experimental phase it soon turned out that the protocol represents a good choice for mobile wireless mesh and ad hoc networks as well. The key characteristics of the protocol are high end-to-end reliability (in fix and mobile networks), load balancing capabilities, smooth continuous routing metrics, quick adaptation to changing network conditions, low… Expand

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