The wireless networking industry has limited academic literature regarding location management (LM) algorithms and their importance to the overhead of wireless networks. The available literature approaches the topic from a mathematical approach. Though a valid direction, it is limiting in terms of the interoperability of the various processes involved. This is a different viewpoint on a way to evaluate LM’s. The purpose of this research effort was to develop a model that provides repeatable Location Management (LM) testing using a network simulation tool, QualNet version 5.1 (2011). The model will provide protocol developers a framework to simulate stable protocol environments for development. Using the Design Science Research methodology development and validation of a model as the artifact for this study was done. This process used LM algorithms to provide validity to the test of repeatability of the simulation events. This book provides a new metrics for their evaluations. I would like to thank the following for their assistance and reviewing of the work: Richard Livingood, PhD, Hilmi Lahoud, PhD, Chien-Wei-Han, William A. Reed, PhD, Dean, School of Business and Technology.