AD HOC Networks: Technologies and Protocols by Mohapatra P. (ed.), Krishnamurthy S.V. (ed.)

By Mohapatra P. (ed.), Krishnamurthy S.V. (ed.)

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These opportunistic extensions are becoming increasingly important and in fact are the most promising evolution pathway to commercial applications. 3 Wireless Network Taxonomy From the above, it is clear that ad hoc nets offer challenges (and opportunities) well beyond the reach of infrastructure networks. So, where do these nets fit 6 Ad Hoc Networks in the overall wireless network classification? Most researchers will view ad hoc wireless networks as a special subset of wireless networks. In fact, the ad hoc radio technology and most of the MAC technology will be driven by the advancements in infrastructure wireless networks.

A team of co-workers at a convention; or tanks in a battalion, or UAVs in an unmanned scouting mission). The logical groups are efficiently reflected in the addressing scheme. e. . The group ID tells us which nodes are part of the same group. g. task force in a military scenario). The Host ID is fixed and typically corresponds to the hardwired device address. Such MANET address uniquely identifies the role (and position) of each node in the network. Similar to an IP network, the packet is routed to the group first, and then to the Host within the group.

An example of LANMAR implementation. When a node needs to relay a packet to a destination that is within its Fisheye scope, it obtains accurate routing information from the Fisheye Routing Tables. The packet will be forwarded directly. Otherwise, the packet will be routed towards the landmark corresponding to the destination logical subnet, which is read from the logical address field in the MANET address. Thus, when the packet arrives within the scope of the destination, it may be routed to it directly without ever going through the landmark.

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