By Miguel Elias Mitre Campista, Rubinstein Marcelo Gon?alves Rubinstein
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The next chapter starts presenting routing protocols for the wireless scenarios described in this book. We will observe that, even in such dynamic environments, classical routing algorithms as well as completely new proposals are used. 3 Ad Hoc Routing This chapter describes ad hoc networks and emphasizes the multi-hop transmission problem. g. reactive, proactive and hybrid. 1. Introduction As already mentioned in the Introduction, there are currently two main types of wireless networks. The ﬁrst type of wireless network covers infrastructure networks, where communication is performed through base stations, also known as access points, as in cellular networks.
Routing zone example in ZRP with F as source node and zone radius equal to 2. Peripheral nodes are shown in gray The ZRP protocol consists of three different protocols. Within the zone, a proactive protocol named IntrAzone Routing Protocol (IARP) is used. IARP can be any link-state-based or distance-vector-based routing protocol with modiﬁcations to ensure that the scope of the route updates is restricted to the radius of the node routing zone [SAM 04]. IARP always provides a route to nodes within a node zone.
When the source node is notiﬁed, it is able to initiate a new route discovery process for that destination. A link failure is detected using HELLO messages that are periodically broadcasted to maintain the local connectivity of a node. Nodes can also detect a link failure by using information from the data link layer. One drawback of AODV is that nodes may experience large delays during route construction when the network size is large. Moreover, a link failure may initiate a route discovery procedure that introduces extra delays and consumes more bandwidth [ABO 04].
Advanced Routing Protocols for Wireless Networks by Miguel Elias Mitre Campista, Rubinstein Marcelo Gon?alves Rubinstein