Impact of Packet Rate on Routing Protocols In Vehicular Communication System Using realistic movement patterns
Anil Kumar Bisht, Rabindra Singh
Anil Kumar Bisht
Available Online April 2013.
- Vehicular Ad-hoc Network (VANET) has now been proven as a new emerging technology from the domain of ad-hoc networks that can be used to get better road safety and comfort of the passengers inside the vehicles. However due to mobility constraints and high dynamics, routing the time-critical information is a more challenging task in VANETs. A lot of studies on ad-hoc routing protocols in inter-vehicular environment are available in literature, but most of them were based on randomly generated road topology. Instead of that here we assess the efficacy of various routing protocols in city scenario for the map of city of Arlington, Texas, USA by defining the road topology for generating the realistic movement patterns. In this paper, we have taken OLSR, AOMDV, LAR and DREAM as the candidate protocols. We analyses the impact of the packet rate over these protocols by comparing their performances in terms of average end-to-end delay, throughput, normalized routing load and packet delivery ratio using ns2. We used Intelligent Driver Model (IDM) based tool VanetMobiSim to generate realistic movement patterns.
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TY - CONF AU - Anil Kumar Bisht AU - Rabindra Singh PY - 2013/04 DA - 2013/04 TI - Impact of Packet Rate on Routing Protocols In Vehicular Communication System Using realistic movement patterns BT - Proceedings of the Conference on Advances in Communication and Control Systems-2013 PB - Atlantis Press SP - 308 EP - 313 SN - 1951-6851 UR - https://www.atlantis-press.com/article/6325 ID - Bisht2013/04 ER -