An energy efficient double cluster head routing scheme for motorway vehicular networks

  title={An energy efficient double cluster head routing scheme for motorway vehicular networks},
  author={Wanod Kumar and Samya Bhattacharya and Bilal R. Qazi and Jaafar M. H. Elmirghani},
  journal={2012 IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC)},
We propose a novel double cluster-head routing scheme for motorway vehicular networks which is generically modelled (can be applied o single or multiple cluster-head routing schemes) to save a significant amount of energy through adaptive sleep cycles while maintaining he required quality of service (QoS). Real vehicular and data traffic measurements are utilised o evaluate the performance of he double cluster-head (DCH) scheme and compare with he existing (a single cluster-head (SCH)) scheme… CONTINUE READING


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