Master of Science in Computer Science
Ajoy K. Datta, Committe Chair
First Committee Member
John T. Minor
Second Committee Member
Graduate Faculty Representative
Number of Pages
This thesis presents both a review of current MANET routing protocols and a new MANET routing algorithm. The routing protocols reviewed include representative samples from the three primary forms of routing found in MANETS: proactive routing, reactive routing and hybrid routing. Secure algorithms are given special treatment in the review. In addition several protocol enhancements are discussed.
The proposed routing protocol is designed to support networks of a medium size, containing over 200 nodes but less than 3,000 nodes. The design is intentionally simple to allow ease of implementation in comparison with other MANET protocols that provide similar functionality.
Clustering; Hybrid routing; MANET routing; Mobile ad hoc network (MANET); Networking; Proactive routing; Reactive routing
Computer Sciences | Digital Communications and Networking
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Carnine, Adam, "Hierarchical routing in MANETs using simple clustering" (2009). UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones. 105.
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