Sunday 21st of January 2018

Minimizing Handoff Latency and Packet Loss in NEMO

Fatimah Abdulnabi Salman and Emad Hassan Al-Hemairy

This paper proposes a handoff scheme for Network Mobility (NEMO) to minimize the handoff delay and packet loss. This scheme is acronymed as MMHM (Multiple mobile router handoff management) scheme that addresses the handoff management in multihomed mobile network. In the proposed scheme, the effect of router discovery and Duplicate Address Detection (DAD) that have direct impact on the handoff procedure is eliminated. The cooperation of multiple mobile routers in carrying the traffic of one another during handoff process results in minimum packet loss. The mathematical modeling is carried out proves that the proposed scheme reveals better performance compared with the NEMO basic support protocol.

Keywords: NEMO, Handoff, Multihomed, Multiple Mobile Routers.

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Fatimah Abdulnabi Salman
Fatimah Abdulnabi has a B.Sc. in Computer Engineering, now she is M.Sc. student in Networks Engineering at Al-Nahrain University, Baghdad â Iraq.

Emad Hassan Al-Hemairy
Emad H. Al-Hemiary has a B.Sc. (1993), M.Sc. (1996) and Ph.D. (2001) in Electronics and Communications Engineering from Al-Nahrain University, Baghdad â Iraq. He is currently the head of Department of Internet Engineering in the College of Information Engineering at Al-Nahrain University. His fields of Interests includes Wireless Communications, Computer Networks and Next generation Networks. He is a member of the Iraqi Telecommunications Research Center and has many published papers in his fields of interest.

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