電子情報通信学会総合大会講演要旨
BS-1-23
A Novel Min-Max Residual Battery-Aware Routing Protocolfor Ad Hoc Networks
◎Zhimu Huang・Ryo Yamamoto・Yoshiaki Tanaka(Waseda Univ.)
Ad hoc networks can be deployed without any infrastructures. All the nodes can act as routers or terminals. Thus, ad hoc networks are easy to be established. In ad hoc networks, all the nodes operate on batteries. If some nodes are used often, they will exhaust their energy faster than others. This will result in the partition of the ad hoc network. As concerns this problem, developing an energy-aware routing protocol has been a hot research area in the past years. In this paper, a new min-max residual battery routing protocol which is based on MMBCR is proposed.