Antonio Russoniello

Work place: Central University of Venezuela, School of Computing, Caracas, Venezuela



Research Interests: Computer Networks, Network Architecture


Antonio Russoniello received a title in Electrical Engineer with a major in Telecommunications from the Central University of Venezuela, in 1996. Since them, he has been working in the telecommunication industry. Currently, he is a master student and a professor of Computer Science in the School of Computing, at the Central University of Venezuela. His research interest includes WSNs (Wireless Sensor Networks), IoT (Internet-of-Things), and Blockchain’s applications.

Author Articles
Evaluation of Different Routing Protocols for Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks in Scenarios with High-Speed Mobility

By Antonio Russoniello Eric Gamess

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Oct. 2018

The current communication requirements are moving quickly to mobile ad-hoc networks, mainly because of the decreasing cost of wireless networking technology and the increasing capacity to integrate into embedded devices technologies such as WiFi, ZigBee, Bluetooth, and WAVE. It is important to understand the limitation or the strength of each protocol and standard in order to make a better selection decision at the moment of implementing a specific scenario. This paper evaluates how routing protocols perform in mobile scenarios when the speed of nodes is relatively high. Our research shows that reactive routing protocols have a better packet delivery ratio (PDR) than proactive routing protocols. However, proactive routing protocols have a smaller end-to-end delay and hops count.

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