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Conference Papers Year : 2005

Mobility management in Multihops Wireless Access Networks


Ad hoc networks are spontaneous networks of mobile nodes which use wireless communications. The nodes must collaborate to route and forward data packets from a source to a destination. We consider multihops wireless access networks which are ad hoc networks connected to the Internet via Access Points (AP). A terminal can send and receive data packets to and from the Internet. To achieve this goal, we propose here a micro-mobility management solution. The solution uses a virtual backbone to disseminate information and to limit the overhead. The proposition mixes the reactive and the proactive approaches to propose a trade-off between the delay and the overhead. In upload, each node has a default proactive route toward the AP introducing no latency. In download, the AP initiates a reactive localization to find a route to the destination inside the ad hoc area, reducing the overhead. A solution of paging with several AP and a solution of power-energy saving are also proposed.
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Fabrice Theoleyre, Fabrice Valois. Mobility management in Multihops Wireless Access Networks. PWC 2005 - International Conference on Personal Wireless Communications, Aug 2005, Colmar, France. ⟨10.1142/9781860947315_0016⟩. ⟨inria-00406111⟩
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