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Contextual optimization of location-based routing protocols for multi-hop cellular networks using mobile relays


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Contextual optimization of location-based routing protocols for multi-hop cellular networks using mobile relays
Authors:
Coll-Perales, Baldomero
Gozalvez, J.
Department:
Ingeniería de Comunicaciones
Issue Date:
2019-04-02
Abstract:
Traditional single-hop cellular architectures fail to provide high and homogeneous quality of service levels throughout a cell area due to the strong signal attenuation with the distance. In this context, multi-hop cellular net- works that utilize mobile relays and device-to-device com- munications have been proposed to overcome the physical limitations of conventional celular architectures. One of the key building blocks of multi-hop cellular networks is the multi-hop routing of information from the source to the des- tination. This paper investigates the performance and energy signaling benefits of location-based multi-hop routing proto- cols. In particular, the paper demonstrates the benefits of a contextual optimization of this type of protocols in order to achieve a high end-to-end performance, while reducing the energy and signaling implementation cost.
Keywords/Subjects:
Multi-hop Cellular Networks
Multi-hop routing
Mobile relays
Device-to-Device communications
Contextual Optimization
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