Energy Efficient Broadcast in Mobile Networks Subject to Channel Randomness

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Zhang, Zijie; Mao, Guoqiang; Anderson, Brian


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IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications




Wireless communication in a network of mobile devices is a challenging and resource demanding task, due to the highly dynamic network topology and the wireless channel randomness. This paper investigates information broadcast schemes in 2D mobile ad-hoc networks where nodes are initially randomly distributed and then move following a random direction mobility model. Based on an in-depth analysis of the popular Susceptible-Infectious-Recovered epidemic broadcast scheme, this paper proposes a novel energy and bandwidth e?cient broadcast scheme, named the energy-e?cient broadcast scheme, which is able to adapt to fast-changing network topology and channel randomness. Analytical results are provided to characterize the performance of the proposed scheme, including the fraction of nodes that can receive the information and the delay of the information dissemination process. The accuracy of analytical results is verified using simulations driven by both the random direction mobility model and a real world trace.

mobile ad-hoc networks, shadowing, fading, connectivity, epidemic broadcast



Zhang, Zijie; Mao, Guoqiang; Anderson, Brian. Energy Efficient Broadcast in Mobile Networks Subject to Channel Randomness. IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications. 2015-06-28; 14(6):2929-2941. <a href="" target="_blank"></a>

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