A Study of Named Data Networking as Communication Protocol for Multi-hop Wireless Ad Hoc Network

Published on Sep 22, 2020
· DOI :10.1088/1757-899X/917/1/012051
Farkhana Muchtar3
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Ajibade Lukuman Saheed + 1 AuthorsSyed Zulkarnain Syed Idrus10
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This paper seeks to extol the virtues of named data networking (NDN), as an alternative to host-centric networking (HCN), for its prominent features that can be taken advantage of to significantly reduce energy consumption demands in a mobile ad hoc network (MANET) implementation. Therefore, a NDN-based content routing mechanism was compared with two types of HCN routing protocol implementations in this study: OLSR and Batman-adv. The experimental results obtained from this research provide earl...
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Abstract Research in Named Data Networking-based Mobile Ad hoc Network (NDN based MANET) experienced a lot of momentum and development in recent years. Such robust developments in the specific area surely contributes to advanced possibilities that Named Data Networking (NDN) can provide compared to traditional host centric networking solutions such as TCP/IP for dynamic routing that is much needed for MANET environment. Based on our observations, most existing work of NDN based MANET studies cho...
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