In GPS equipped mobile routing we discuss how the location information provided by the GPS receiver can be used for efficient mobile usage. The network topology we are considering is comprised of fixed mobile base stations and mobile handsets. In the network the base stations and the mobile nodes are GPS equipped.

The idea is to leverage the information of the fixed base stations and the mobile handsets positions, obtained via the GPS, to improve performance of the mobile routing to adaptively determine the appropriate destination mobile handset and to locate the nearby fixed base station using predefined set of algorithms. Our proposal supports the existing infrastructures in mobile communication with a slight modification by the inclusion of GPS receivers .

GPS(Global Positioning System) enables a device to determine their position (longitude, latitude and altitude) by getting information from the satellites. GPS satellites were first put into orbit in 1983 and from that time efforts have been underway to include GPS in everything from marine navigation to guided missiles to tracking golf balls. The GPS industry council has forecasted that the markets for the GPS applications will be at approximately $20 billion by the year 2010.

In this paper we are going to investigate the application of the position information provided by GPS to wireless networks. Currently most work concerning mobile networking has been done without using any positioning schemes. As GPS receivers has become cheap and efficient, they can be embedded into the cellphones, base stations and other wireless access devices.

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