Application Protocols For Vehicular Adhoc Networks

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ASEE 2014 Zone I Conference, April 3-5, 2015, University of Bridgeport, Bridgpeort, CT, USA. Specific Routing protocols for Vehicular Adhoc Networks Vignesh Mandalapa Bhoopathy University of Bridgeport Electrical Engineering Bridgeport, USA vmandala@my.bridgeport.edu Steve Richard Ebenezer Amalorpavaraj University of Bridgeport Electrical Engineering Bridgeport, USA sebeneze@my.bridgeport.edu Aishwarya Mandalapa Bhoopathy University of Bridgeport Electrical Engineering Bridgeport, USA amandala@gmail.com Abstract—This Paper discusses about the capability of the current MANET routing protocols for VANET. Though VANET is derived from MANET, it…show more content…
Keywords—MANET, VANET, AODV, DSR; I. INTRODUCTION Wireless Sensor Networks give an extension between real world and virtual systems. Wireless systems are grouped into Wireless Personal Area Networks, Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks and Wireless Local Area Networks. They are comprehensively isolated into two classes one is infrastructure-aided and infrastructure less. Portable ad hoc systems are self-sorting out systems of versatile nodes with no foundation so it is infrastructure less system. Transitional or sending nodes is utilized to build up correspondence between nodes. The directing conventions are required on the grounds that the nodes needs to move in the fancied way and the routing strategy plays an essential part in ad hoc systems. The nodes can communicate inside of the system at whatever time. Along these lines the connection can be set up between each nodes to different nodes in the system. VANET goes under infrastructure-aided system. A system utilizing the infrastructure point interfaces the vehicles on the road. Those points are Roadside Units. They are same like the Access point in a PC system, which acts a state of communication between the system and the vehicles. Vehicular ad hoc networks consist of a number of nodes to associate between them and the mobility of the nodes are well maintained. Vehicular ad hoc systems are utilized in Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS). This framework utilizes GPS for following the accurate position
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