Ad-hoc, Mobile, and Wireless Networks: 13th International by Song Guo, Jaime Lloret Mauri, Pietro Manzoni, Stefan Ruehrup

By Song Guo, Jaime Lloret Mauri, Pietro Manzoni, Stefan Ruehrup

This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the thirteenth foreign convention on Ad-hoc, cellular and instant Networks, ADHOC-NOW 2014, held in Benidorm, Spain, in June 2014. The 33 revised complete papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from seventy eight submissions. The papers tackle such different issues as routing, mobile networks, MAC and actual layer, cellular advert hoc, sensor and robotic networks, localization and protection, vehicular ad-hoc networks.

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The algorithm is presented in Table 1. It considers the ETX metric, but we could consider ETT as well. The new metric is denoted ETX ANT. The algorithm is applied at each control packet reception. At each reception, the receiver measures the LINK QUALITY, either RSSI, SINR (Signal on Interference plus Noise Ratio), or any quantity reflecting the link quality. Table 1. ETX ANT ALGORITHM IF ( LINK QUALITY > TH Q ) ETX ANT=COMPUTE ETX() ELSE SIGNAL PRED=SIGNAL PREDICTION() FER PRED=FER(SIGNAL PRED) ETX ANT= 1/(FER PRED * d f) ENDIF Anticipation of ETX Metric to Manage Mobility 35 The LINK QUALITY variable is compared to a predefined threshold denoted T HQ .

Springer, Heidelberg (2004) 25. Panasonic: Panasonic CGR18650DA (Lithium Ion Batteries: Individual Data Sheet) (2007) 26. 15. 4/ZigBee-ready RF Transceiver (2004) 27. 5 Ghz WiMAX Transceiver) (2007) 28. Infineon: Infineon BGA777L7 Data Sheet (2009) 29. : A Throughput Analysis at the MAC Layer of Mobile WiMAX. In: 2010 IEEE Wireless Communication and Networking Conference, pp. 1–6. IEEE (2010) 30. : An Analysis of Variance Test for Normality (Complete Samples). Biometrika 52, 591–611 (1965) Anticipation of ETX Metric to Manage Mobility in Ad Hoc Wireless Networks Sabrine Naimi1 , Anthony Busson2 , V´eronique V`eque1 , Larbi Ben Hadj Slama3 , and Ridha Bouallegue3 1 2 Laboratory of Signals and Systems Universit´e Paris Sud, Sup´elec, CNRS University Claude Bernard Lyon 1, LIP (ENS Lyon, INRIA, CNRS, UCBL) 3 Innov’COM Laboratory Higher School of Communication, Tunisia Abstract.

Furthermore, A Multipath Extension for the Heterogeneous Technology Routing Protocol 25 the HTR had a higher PLR when comparing with its correspondent multipath version: about 7, 18 and 5 times higher, respectively, since routing loops occurred. In Fig. 7 (PLR with WiMAX and Wi-Fi), our proposal had the same PLR when compared with OLSR and 4 times less PLR than the single-path HTR at 300 Kbps rate, and had nearly 4 times less PLR than the OLSR and the single-path HTR at 600 Kbps, however at 1000 Kbps had almost the same PLR as the OSLR and single-path HTR.

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