Transaction of the Japan Society for Simulation Technology
Online ISSN : 1883-5058
Print ISSN : 1883-5031
ISSN-L : 1883-5058
Consideration of the Restrictive Route Search Using the Location Information in Ad-hoc Network
Atsushi KashiwabaraHiroshi Tamura
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2015 Volume 7 Issue 4 Pages 115-123


  Ad-hoc network is expected as a network in place of the cellular network, has been researched widely. The development of routing protocol is one of the problems in an ad-hoc network. Since the flooding packets cause decrease of performance of the network, wasteful communications should refrain. FORP (Flow Oriented Routing Protocol) is one of routing protocols in Ad-hoc network, which uses the mobility information (e.g. location, speed and direction), and chooses the longest expiration route for source and destination pairs. In the flooding of the route search, the packets explode, as the number of nodes increases in the service area. However, FORP doesn't take explosion-control. In this paper, we discuss the effect to the destruction of extra control packets in the route search using the mobility information.

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