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Performance evaluation of AODV and OLSR in highly fading vehicular ad hoc network environments
  • I. Khan, A. Qayyum
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE 13th International Multitopic Conference
  • 1 December 2009
TLDR
Vehicular Ad hoc Network (VANET) is a challenging network environment in which communication between vehicles in highly fading environments, like an urban scenario, is unpredictable and difficult. Expand
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Vehicular MAC Protocol Data Unit (V-MPDU): IEEE 802.11p MAC Protocol Extension to Support Bandwidth Hungry Applications
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Vehicular ad-hoc networks (VANETs) have been a hot research topic in academia and industry with respect to safety of drivers and entertainment applications. Expand
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Synergies of Advanced Technologies and Role of VANET in Logistics and Transportation
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In Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), Vehicular Ad-hoc Network (VANET) is one of key wireless technologies, which helps in managing road safety, traffic efficiency, fleet, logistics and transportation. Expand
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Protocol Independent Adaptive Route Update for VANET
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We propose an adaptive route update scheme, independent of the baseline routing algorithm, which uses logical conditions to find and update the route. Expand
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Suitability of IEEE 802.11ac/n/p for Bandwidth Hungry and Infotainment Applications for Cities
The Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) addresses issues regarding road safety and efficiency in the domain of Vehicular Ad hoc Networks (VANETs). In the last few years, research in ITS has beenExpand
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Comparison of ipv6 tunneled traffic of Teredo and ISATAP over test-bed setup
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This paper compares the tunneling overhead of two recent IPv6 tunneling techniques: Teredo, and ISATAP. Expand
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Performance Analysis of Proposed Congestion Avoiding Protocol for IEEE 802.11s
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The wireless technology is one of the core compo-nents of mobile applications with mobility support at low deploy-ment costs. Expand
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A fluid flow model for SCTP traffic over the Internet
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Fluid Flow (FF) model is used to model the behavior of network protocols at the flow level. Expand
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Effectiveness of multi-homing and parallel transmission during and after the vertical handover
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In this paper, we have discussed the effectiveness of multi-homing and parallel transmission during and after the vertical handover process. Expand
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A Resource Efficient Multi-Dimensional Cache Management Strategy in Content Centric Networks
CCN promises to solve many problems related to traditional network architecture with its receiver-driven, secure and simplistic model. Transparent and ubiquitous in-network caching, mobilityExpand
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