How to keep Ad hoc Networks Ad hoc! Daniel Prince, Andrew Scott Lancaster University email@example.com Ad hoc Networks • Dynamically instantiated, impromptu multi- hop networks • Possible erratic network topologies • “an autonomous system of mobile routers connected by wireless links”-MANET WG • Typical scenarios – Civil/Military emergencies – Lectures, conferences, Smart Dust Temporal-Mobility Graph Emergency Situation Mobility Meeting Meeting Conference Starts Ends Talk Time How to solve this • Routing Protocols: – On demand – Reactive • Ad hoc On demand Distance Vector (AODV) • Dynamic Source Routing (DSR) – Table Driven – Proactive • Global State Routing (GSR) • Fisheye State Routing (FSR) • Wireless Routing Protocol (WRP) Squad and Base Scenario Our Solution • Active network node designed for: – Small Devices – Routing Protocol Applications • Self describing component based routing protocols • Compatible with existing Active Nodes System Overview Benefits • Dynamic attachment points on fixed infrastructures • Easy migration for nodes between networks • Dynamic bridging support Conclusion • Squad and Base scenario presents key problems • Active technologies are the answer • Ad hoc networks need these types of dynamic systems, to keep them ad hoc!!!! Future Work •Build it!!
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