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EGP

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Egyptian Pound.

EGP

ISO 4217 code for the Egyptian pound. It was introduced in 1834, replacing the piastre, which continued to circulate at a value of 1% of a pound. Between 1885 and 1914, the pound was effectively pegged to gold. Afterward, it was formally pegged to the British pound until 1962, when the peg switched to the U.S. dollar at various rates. The pound became a floating currency in 1989.
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To resolve the limitations, we have suggested a novel routing protocol for CRNs.
It can be seen clearly from figure-4 that OLSR based routing incurs relatively more computational cost in terms of overhead than that of DSDV routing protocol in denser networks.
Zone Routing Protocol is refers to the locally proactive routing component as the IntrA-zone Routing Protocol.
The Destination-Sequenced Distance-Vector Routing protocol (DSDV) [9],[4] with extension that made it appropriate for mobile ad hoc networks.
Energy Efficient Fitness Based Routing Protocol (EEF).
Static Node Assisted Adaptive Routing Protocol [7] in Vehicular Networks deploys a static node at intersections.
In the paper, We propose the G-AODV routing protocol which is based on geometric routing protocol, the protocol add some geometric information to optimize the AODV routing protocol, that is, using the geometric routing protocol optimize the flooding broadcasting algorithm in the routing discovery process, and limit the number of forward node in the network, thereby reduce the routing overhead in the network.
Dynamic MANET On-demand (DYMO) routing protocol: The Dynamic MANET On-demand (DYMO) routing protocol (Chakeres and Perkins, 2008; Sommer and Dressler, 2007) enables reactive, multi hop unicast routing between participating DYMO routers.
MZRP [34] is the multicast extension of the unicast Zone Routing Protocol (ZRP) [11], a hybrid of both proactive and reactive routing strategies.
Instead we have option for upgrading existing routing protocol with faster algorithms like A* in OSPF protocol.
The DYnamic MANET On-demand (DYMO) protocol is a reactive routing protocol being developed within IETF's MANET working group.
On the network layer, an adversary could disrupt the routing protocol and disconnect the network.
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