Experimental Characterization of Routing Protocols in Urban Vehicular Communication

Vehicular communication is a cynosure in automotive industry these days. V2V communication is one of the types of vehicular communication which render lane change warning, emergency vehicle alert, intersection alert, congestion alert, payment at tolls etc. A simulation research on the utilization of vehicle to vehicle connectivity via different routing protocols in VANET, contemplating the instance of a city situation has been introduced in the authors' paper in order to resolve the issue of traffic routing. A routing algorithm is proposed which firstly selects optimal path via carry and forward approach and then transmits information on that path and the proposed algorithm is then compared with contemporary routing protocols based on different QoS parameters like throughput, packet delivery ratio, delay which are measured using NETSIM simulator to evaluate the behaviour of dissimilar routing protocols. The proposed algorithm outperforms most of the simulation cases.

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  • Accession Number: 01716588
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Jul 1 2019 5:00PM