FSR Evaluation Using the Suboptimal Operational Values

FSR Evaluation Using the Suboptimal Operational Values

Osama H.S. Khader (The Islamic University of Gaza, Palestine)
DOI: 10.4018/jitwe.2007010104
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Abstract

In mobile ad-hoc networks, routing protocols are becoming more complicated and problematic. Routing in mobile ad-hoc networks is multihop because of the limited communication range of wireless radios. Since nodes in the network can move freely and randomly, an efficient routing protocol is needed for such networks to be able to perform well in such an environment. In this environment, the routing strategy is applied such that it is flexible enough to handle large populations and mobility and is able to minimize the use of the battery. Also it should be designed to achieve maximum packet delivery ratio. Furthermore, the routing protocol must perform well in terms of fast convergence, low routing delay, and low control overhead traffic. In this article, an improved implementation of the fisheye state routing (FSR) protocols is presented, where a new selection routing criteria that utilizes a minimum number of hops is a selection metric. The results obtained from simulation indicate that the fewer number of hops used, the better and more efficient the output for packet delivery ratio was generated

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