3a Ad-Hoc Networks

3a Ad-Hoc Networks - 3 b. Mobile Ad Hoc Networking 1....

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3 b. Mobile Ad Hoc Networking (04/13) 1. Mobile Ad Hoc Networking (MANET) a. MANET Characteristics 2. Packet Routing Algorithms (Overview) a. Routing for Mobile Hosts 3. Routing in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks a. Route Discovery 4. MANET Routing Protocol Performance a. Security consideration 5. The Dynamic Source Routing Protocol for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks a. Basics DSR Route Discovery b. Basics DSR Route Maintenance c. Caching Overheard Routing Information d. Route Request Table e. Gratuitous Route Replay Table f. Flow Table 6, Summary
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Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs) Network features ( roaming routers and hosts ) Infrastructureless, no BS support Wireless multihop connection Limited resources: bandwidth, energy supply, memory and CPU. Extend network access to unreachable areas, to meet instant and emergent requirements. MANET extends mobility into the area of autonomous, mobile, wireless domains, where a set of nodes, which may be combined routers and hosts, they form the network routing infrastructure in an Ad-Hoc fashion. Applications : digital battlefields, sensors, disaster recovery, law enforcement, conventions, etc. A-H
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Ad-Hoc vs. Cellular Wireless Networks Multihop (Ad-Hoc) Single Hop (Cellular) Base Base Base Base ? floor plan ! floor plan found A-H
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SURVEILLANCE MISSION SURVEILLANCE MISSION AIR-TO-AIR MISSION STRIKE MISSION FRIENDLY GROUND CONTROL ( MOBILE) RESUPPLY MISSION SATELLITE COMMS Unmanned Control Platform COMM/TASKING COMM/TASKING Manned Control Platform COMM/TASKING UAV-UAV NETWORK Minuteman: Algorithms and Protocols for Network of Autonomous Agents UAV-UGV NETWORK A-H
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MANETs characteristics: MANET nodes are equipped with wireless transmitters and receivers using antennas which may be omnidirectional, highly directional (point-to-point), possibly steerable, or combination. 1. Dynamic topologies:
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