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 has unique characteristics and delivery of message requirements compared to MANET. MANET is a decentralized network of autonomous mobile nodes, which are capable for communication wirelessly. Whereas VANETs are characterized by a dynamic topology with patterned mobility, mobile nodes with sufficient resources and varied time channel behavior. The network traffic requirements are also different for VANET. There are two methods of routing in MANET, which are table driven, and on demand routing. The combination of the above two protocols is the hybrid protocol. In this paper we propose a better MANET routing protocols compared to AODV and DSR which can satisfy the needs of VANET like delivering the messages on time while the vehicles are moving…
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