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Adaptive Localized Active Route Maintenance Mechanism to Improve Performance of VoIP
 

Summary: Adaptive Localized Active Route Maintenance
Mechanism to Improve Performance of VoIP
over Ad Hoc Networks
Adriana Sofia Otero1
, Mohammed Atiquzzaman2
1
University of Oklahoma, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Norman, OK
2
University of Oklahoma, School of Computer Science, Norman, OK
Email: {sofyotero, atiq}@ou.edu
Abstract--An important characteristic of a mobile ad hoc
network routing protocol is connectivity maintenance. The
protocol's ability to maintain routes and react to topology
changes due to link failures affects the delay, packet loss, and
throughput of real-time applications. However, the time
required to recover from a link failure in the current AODV
protocol is too long for real-time applications. The objective
of this paper is to develop a mechanism to allow fast response
to link breaks to enable real-time communications, such as
Voice over IP. We propose AODVM-ALARM, an adaptive

  

Source: Atiquzzaman, Mohammed - School of Computer Science, University of Oklahoma

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences