CORONA: A coordinate and routing system for nanonetworks
Liaskos, Christos K.
PublisherAssociation for Computing Machinery, Inc
SourceProceedings of the 2nd ACM International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication, ACM NANOCOM 2015
2nd ACM International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication, ACM NANOCOM 2015
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The present paper introduces a joint coordinate and routing system (CORONA) which can be deployed dynamically on a 2D ad-hoc nanonetwork. User-selected nodes are used as anchor-points at the setup phase. All nodes then measure their distances, in number of hops, from these anchors, obtaining a sense of geolocation. At operation phase, the routing employs the appropriate subset of anchors, selected by the sender of a packet. CORONA requires minimal setup overhead and simple integer-based calculations only, imposing limited requirements for trustworthy operation. Once deployed, it operates efficiently, yielding a very low packet retransmission and packet loss rate, promoting energy-efficiency and medium multiplexity. © 2015 ACM.