New Scheme of Adaptive Zone Routing Protocol

This paper proposed a routing protocol named adaptive Zone Routing Protocol (NSAZRP) that is more stable and has achieved better routing performance than ZRP in Mobile Ad-hoc Networks by taking into consideration that nodes are mobile with a non-uniform speed. NSAZRP allows different nodes to choose different zone radius according to each node's discrete mobility. NSAZRP modifies the ZRP and speed of the nodes in a MANET can be determined within a reasonable approximation by utilizing the signal strengths received from the neighboring nodes. Three protocols that are used in ZRP i.e. IARP, IERP and BRP are also used in the protocol.

Provided by: Kurukshetra University Topic: Mobility Date Added: Dec 2010 Format: PDF

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