IEICE Transactions on Communications
Online ISSN : 1745-1345
Print ISSN : 0916-8516
Special Section on Implementation, Experiments, and Practice for Ad Hoc and Mesh Networks
MANEMO Routing in Practice: Protocol Selection, Expected Performance, and Experimental Evaluation
Hajime TAZAKIRodney VAN METERRyuji WAKIKAWAThirapon WONGSAARDSAKULKanchana KANCHANASUTMarcelo DIAS DE AMORIMJun MURAI
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2010 Volume E93.B Issue 8 Pages 2004-2011

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Motivated by the deployment of post-disaster MANEMO (MANET for NEMO) composed of mobile routers and stations, we evaluate two candidate routing protocols through network simulation, theoretical performance analysis, and field experiments. The first protocol is the widely adopted Optimized Link State Routing protocol (OLSR) and the second is the combination of the Tree Discovery Protocol (TDP) with Network In Node Advertisement (NINA). To the best of our knowledge, this is the first time that these two protocols are compared in both theoretical and practical terms. We focus on the control overhead generated when mobile routers perform a handover. Our results confirm the correctness and operational robustness of both protocols. More interestingly, although in the general case OLSR leads to better results, TDP/NINA outperforms OLSR both in the case of sparse networks and in highly mobile networks, which correspond to the operation point of a large set of post-disaster scenarios.

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