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Moreover, DSR almost always ﬁnds shortest paths through its route discovery mechanism. However, one of the drawbacks of the DSR protocol is the use of source routes in every packet. The number of IDs in a source route increases as the lengths of the routes increase. Since the wireless medium usually supports relatively small packet size, it is not possible to keep an entire source route in a single packet if a route is long. On the other hand, there is no guarantee of delivery of packets in the correct sequence in the wireless medium.
Hence, overall ZRP achieves a better performance in terms of lower latency compared to pure reactive protocols. We need to ask the question whether the proactive maintenance of routing tables within routing zones incurs considerable overhead in the ZRP. The overhead is indeed high if the routing zones are large, and Haas and Perlman  report that the overhead is signiﬁcantly lower if the radius of a routing zone is kept small, typically 2 or 3. This choice of the radius maintains both low latency and high throughput even under high-mobility scenarios.
53–74, Chapter 3. References 25 17. C. Perkins, E. Belding-Royer, and S. Das. Ad hoc on-demand distance vector (AODV) routing, IETF RFC 3591, 2003. 18. A. A. Pirzada, C. McDonald, and A. Datta. Performance comparison of trust-based reactive routing protocols. IEEE Trans. , 5(6):695–710, 2006. 19. E. M. Belding-Royer and C. K. Toh. A review of current routing protocols for ad hoc mobile wireless networks. IEEE Personal Commun. , 6(2):46–55, 1999. 20. I. Stojmenovic. Position-based routing in ad hoc networks.