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Performance Comparisons of Geographic Routing Protocols in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Geographic routing protocols greatly scale back the requirements of topology storage and provide flexibility within the accommodation of the dynamic behavior of mobile impromptu networks. This paper presents performance evaluations and comparisons of two geographic routing protocols and the favored AODV protocol. The tradeoffs among the common path reliabilities, average conditional delays, average conditional numbers of hops, and area spectral efficiencies and the results of varied parameters are illustrated for finite impromptu networks with randomly placed mobiles. This paper uses a dual technique of closed-form analysis and easy simulation that's applicable to most routing protocols and provides a abundant more realistic performance evaluation than has previously been possible. Some features included within the new analysis are shadowing, exclusion and guard zones, distance-dependent fading, and interference correlation.
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