Evaluating the Performance of the Location-Aided Routing-1P Route Discovery Algorithm

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Topic: Networking
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Dynamic Routing Protocols (DRPs) are widely-used for routing information among mobile nodes in Mobile Ad hoc NETwork (MANET) and establish and maintain connectivity within the network. A DRP comprises two main phases: route discovery and route maintenance. The route discovery phase involves transmission of large number of redundant control packets consuming significant portion of the nodes power and increase communication overheads. Recently, a new efficient and effective route discovery algorithm has been developed, namely, the LAR-1P algorithm, which combines two well-known routing protocols; these are: the Location-Aided Routing scheme 1 (LAR-1) and probabilistic algorithms.

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