Analysis of Position Based Routing Protocols in VANET using NS2 Simulator

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Deepak Bindlish
Alka Jindal, Sanjay Batish, Amardeep Singh


Vehicular Ad hoc Network can ease our life by making driving safe in near future. To make it successful, efficient routing protocols need to be used for communication among vehicles. This communication can be direct within vehicles and can be through road side units (RSUs). In this paper we are exploiting the GPSR, ASTAR and BMFR position based routing protocol by comparing their performances with respect to throughput, end to end delay and number of packets drops during communication. We are using IEEE 802.11p as a standard protocol for Vehicular Ad hoc Network and simulated the framework through NS2 network simulator.

Keywords-Vehicular Ad Hoc Network (VANET), Road Side Units (RSUs), Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC), Wireless Access in Vehicular Environment (WAVE), Intrusion Detection System (IDS).


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