Convergencia Rápida de Rutas en Ruteo Controlado por Potencia Variable para Redes Inalámbricas Ad-hoc (Fast Route Convergence in Dynamic Power Controlled Routing for Wireless Ad‑hoc Networks)

Itzamá López Yáńez (ilopezy@ipn.mx), Oscar Camacho Nieto (oscarc@cic.ipn.mx), Cornelio Yáńez Márquez (cyanez@cic.ipn.mx), Abril Valeria Uriarte Arcia (auriarteb10@sagitario.cic.ipn.mx)


Instituto Politécnico Nacional
This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: Feb. 2013
Volume: 11,   Issue: 1 
ISSN: 1548-0992


Abstract:
Previous work in wireless ad-hoc network routing has given rise to dynamic power controlled routing, which in turn enables variable-range transmissions. However, one limitation found in such protocols is the inclusion of at most one redirector in the route at each iteration. The work presented here introduces a redirector discovery algorithm which reaches the final route in less iterations, by including the possibility of adding two redirectors in each iterations. With this faster route convergence, greater power savings may be achieved, with the corresponding advantages this brings

Index Terms:
Networking, Wireless ad-hoc networks, Variable-range transmission, Power control, Routing   


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