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DTN Routing Protocol Utilizing Underwater Channel Properties in Underwater Wireless Sensor Networks
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 Title & Authors
DTN Routing Protocol Utilizing Underwater Channel Properties in Underwater Wireless Sensor Networks
Park, Seongjin; Kim, Sungryul; Yoo, Younghwan;
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 Abstract
Recently, the ocean field researches such as offshore plant, ocean survey and underwater monitoring systems are garnering the attention from both academy and industry. However, the communication in underwater environment is very difficult because of the unique irregular features in water. This is the reason that the application of terrestrial protocols to the water environment is not proper. This paper proposes a routing algorithm that can enhance communication reliability by utilizing channel properties in underwater environment. We address two problems that lead to the poor communication performance, signal attenuation and multi-path problem in water. Overcoming these problems, the proposed algorithm ensures high packet delivery ratio and low transmission delay. Also, this paper evaluates the performance through simulation.
 Keywords
Signal attenuation;Vertical channel;DTN routing;Underwater sensor network;
 Language
Korean
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