Self Organized Routing in Wide Area Mobile Ad Hoc Network

This paper considers the problem of routing in a wide area mobile ad-hoc network called Terminode Network. Our routing scheme is a combination of two protocols called Termin-ode Local Routing (TLR) and Terminode Remote Routing (TRR). TRR is activated when the destination is remo t e and uses loca-tion of the destination obtained either via location management or by location tracking. TLR acts when the packet gets close to the destination. The use of TRR results in a scalable solution that reduces dependence on the intermediate systems, while TLR al-lows to reduce problems due to location inaccuracy. The paper describes TLR and TRR protocols and presents some simulation results.

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IEEE Symposium on Ad Hoc Wireless Networks (Globecom 2001)
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IEEE Symposium on Ad Hoc Wireless Networks (Globecom 2001), San Antonio, Texas

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