Performance Analysis of TCP using DSR Routing Protocols in Ad-hoc Mobile Network


KIPS Transactions on Computer and Communication Systems, Vol. 9, No. 5, pp. 647-654, Oct. 2002
10.3745/KIPSTC.2002.9.5.647,   PDF Download:

Abstract

Ad-hoc networks consist of a set of mobile hosts that communicate using wireless links, without the use of other supporting communication facilities (such as base stations, etc.). Therefore, the topology of an Ad-hoc network freguently changes due to the movement of mobile host, which may lead to sudden packet loss. Recently, the large amount of research has focused on the routing protocols needed in such an environment. In this paper, TCP Reno, Sack, and Tahoe versions are analysed using DSR protocol which is the representative On-Demand routing protocol in Ad-hoc wireless network. As the result of this simulation, we know that TCP Reno relatively has higher throughput than that of Sack and Tahoe, and TCP Reno has more stable performance than that of TCP Tahoe and Sack, regardless of the speed of mobile node and the size of topology.


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[IEEE Style]
S. S. Park and D. C. Yuk, "Performance Analysis of TCP using DSR Routing Protocols in Ad-hoc Mobile Network," KIPS Journal C (2001 ~ 2012) , vol. 9, no. 5, pp. 647-654, 2002. DOI: 10.3745/KIPSTC.2002.9.5.647.

[ACM Style]
Seung Seob Park and Dong Cheol Yuk. 2002. Performance Analysis of TCP using DSR Routing Protocols in Ad-hoc Mobile Network. KIPS Journal C (2001 ~ 2012) , 9, 5, (2002), 647-654. DOI: 10.3745/KIPSTC.2002.9.5.647.