Download now Free registration required
Routing of data in a vehicular ad hoc network is a challenging task due to the high dynamics of such a network. Recently, it was shown for the case of highway traffic that position-based routing approaches can very well deal with the high mobility of network nodes. In this paper, the authors analyze a position-based routing approach that makes use of the Geographic Positioning System (GPS) and direction of vehicles. By means of simulation they compare this approach with non-Directional Ad-Hoc routing strategies (Location Routing Algorithm with Directional Cluster-Based Flooding and Location Routing Algorithm with Cluster-Based Flooding).
- Format: PDF
- Size: 261.6 KB