Using the cluster-based location routing (CBLR) algorithm for exchanging information on a motorway

@inproceedings{AquinoSantos2002UsingTC,
  title={Using the cluster-based location routing (CBLR) algorithm for exchanging information on a motorway},
  author={Ra{\'u}l Aquino-Santos and R. M. Edwards and N. Luke Seed},
  booktitle={MWCN},
  year={2002}
}
In this paper we present inter-vehicular t M l c of data on a motorway wing a multi-hop network with a cluster-based ad-hoc regime over 802.11 spreadqectrum wireless. Both the protocol and its application are novel and are germane to demanding aecess point deployment environments such as motorways, battlefields and disaster zones. Packet voice sustainability is plotted as a fnnction of inter-vehicle velocity for a dual carriage motorway with constrained lanes. Finally a comparison between FHSS… CONTINUE READING
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