Issue No.09 - September (2007 vol.6)
We propose and analyze an energy-aware traffic-adaptive routing strategy for large-scale mobile ad hoc networks. Referred to as Energy-Aware GEolocation-aided Routing (EAGER), this protocol optimally blends proactive and reactive strategies for energy efficiency. Specifically, EAGER partitions the network into cells and performs intra-cell proactive routing and inter-cell reactive routing. The cell size and transmission range are optimized analytically. By adjoining cells around hot spots and hot routes in the network, EAGER is capable of handling time-varying and spatially heterogeneous traffic conditions.
Routing protocols, Wireless communication, Ad hoc networks, Energy efficiency
Lang Tong, David Counsil, "Energy-Aware Adaptive Routing for Large-Scale Ad Hoc Networks: Protocol and Performance Analysis", IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, vol.6, no. 9, pp. 1048-1059, September 2007, doi:10.1109/TMC.2007.70716