Mobility

Performance Evaluation of AODV and DSR With Varying Pause Time and Speed Time Over TCP and CBR Connections in VANET

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Executive Summary

VANET (Vehicular Ad-hoc NETwork) is a new technology which has taken enormous attention in the recent years. Vehicular ad hoc network is formed by cars which are called nodes; allow them to communicate with one another without using any fixed road side unit. It has some unique characteristics which make it different from other ad hoc network as well as difficult to define any exact mobility model and routing protocols because of their high mobility and changing mobility pattern. Hence performance of routing protocols can vary with the various parameters such as speed, pause time, node density and traffic scenarios.

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