An Effective Localized Broadcasting Approach in VANET's

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Topic: Networking
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Location information is crucial for most applications and protocol designs in Vehicular Ad-hoc NETworks (VANETs). Localized INformation with GEographical Restriction (LINGER) as a communication protocol, for persistent information to the vehicular users. LINGER is to dispatch the information in localized areas of a mobile network without requiring the knowledge of the vehicles routes or destination so that, even in dynamic traffic scenarios, information can be sent from source to destination. To efficiently use LINGER, without choosing a single node to transmit the information for all nodes in a Region of Interest (RoI), the authors combine FPAV (Fair Power Adjustment for Vehicular ad hoc network), a power control algorithm by using optimum power to transmit the information that avoids the delay and collision.

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