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Multi-hop Routing Protocol based on Neighbor Conditions in Multichannel Ad-hoc Cognitive Radio Networks
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 Title & Authors
Multi-hop Routing Protocol based on Neighbor Conditions in Multichannel Ad-hoc Cognitive Radio Networks
Park, Goon-Woo; Choi, Jae-Kark; Yoo, Sang-Jo;
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 Abstract
During the routing process between nodes on the CR(Cognitive Radio) network conducting for efficient use of limited frequency resources, spectrum handover process due to the appearance of the PU occupies most of the routing latency, and also decreases the reliability of the path. In this paper, a cooperative routing protocol in a multi-channel environment is proposed. The source node broadcasts a message with available channel lists and probability of PU appearance during its route guidance. The intermediate nodes re-transmit the message, received from the source node, and update and maintain the information, status table of the path. The destination node determines the optimal path and sends a reply message to the selected path after it receives the messages from the intermediate nodes. The average probability of the PU appearance and the average time of the PU appearance are updated while transferring data. During data transmission the channel with the lowest probability of appearance of the PU is selected dynamically and if a PU appears on the current channel partial repairment is performed. It is examined that reliability of the selected path considerably is improved and the routing cost is reduced significantly compared to traditional routing methods.
 Keywords
Cognitive Radio;Ad-hoc Routing;Neighbor conditions;Available channel;
 Language
Korean
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