Performance Investigation on three-classes of MANET Routing Protocols

Communications, 2005 Asia-Pacific Conference on
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Performance Investigation on three-classes of MANET Routing Protocols, 2005, pp. 774 - 778
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Routing in ad hoc networks has received significant attention with a number of different routing protocols proposed in recent years. These routing protocols may be classified into three main categories: proactive, reactive and hybrid. Prior work aimed at comparing the performance of routing protocols has mainly focused on comparing reactive and proactive protocols. In this paper, we present a simulation study of different routing protocols from all three categories. We also explore the benefits and performance of each routing category. Further, we present a discussion of future research directions for routing in ad hoc networks
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