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Demo Abstract: Adaptive Cross-Layer Routing for Underwater Acoustic Sensor Networks with the SUNSET Framework

Research Area: Underwater monitoring systems Year: 2013
Type of Publication: In Proceedings
Authors: Chiara Petrioli; Roberto Petroccia; Daniele Spaccini
Book title: Proceedings of the 11th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems
Series: SenSys
Address: Rome, Italy
Month: November
Note:
Accepted for publication.
Abstract:
We demonstrate the use of a novel cross layer protocol for routing in Underwater Acoustic Sensor Networks (UASNs). Our protocol, named CARP for Channel-Aware Routing Protocol, is able to dynamically adapt to channel dynamics and to the changes occurring in the network topology and link quality over time. CARP is implemented and tested using the Sapienza University Networking framework for underwater Simulation Emulation and real-life Testing (SUNSET) in different network scenarios. Our demonstration shows that CARP is able to find the suitable routes and to deliver data to the sink node independently of prevailing packet error rates and of nodes/links addition and removal.
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