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Traffic Control System by Incorporating Message Forwarding Approach
K.V.Ramana , Raghu.B.Korrapati, N. Pattabhi Ram, K.Syam Kumari
Pages - 209 - 221     |    Revised - 01-09-2011     |    Published - 05-10-2011
Volume - 3   Issue - 4    |    Publication Date - September / October 2011  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
Networking Techniques, VANET, Node-to-node Communication, Modulator
ABSTRACT
During the last few years, continuous progresses in wireless communications have opened new research fields in computer networking, aimed at extending data networks connectivity to environments where wired solutions are impracticable. Among these, vehicular traffic is attracting a growing attention from both academia and industry, due to the amount and importance of related distributive applications to mobile entertainment. VANETs are self-organized networks built up from moving vehicles, and are part of the broader class of MANETs. Because of these peculiar characteristics, VANETs require new networking techniques, whose feasibility and performance are usually tested by means of simulation. In order to meet performance goals, it is widely agreed that VANETs must rely heavily on node-to-node communication. In VANET, each vehicle acts as a node and communicates with other vehicles within the range or communicates with base stations. The main idea is to deploy a wireless communication network that has a capability of sending and receiving messages between transmitter and mobile devices in the particular network. Results can be shown using an effective VEINS Simulator. This Simulator can produce detailed vehicular movement traces and can simulate different traffic conditions through fully customizable scenarios. The Framework is expected to be employed using such simulator that makes use of traffic modulator, network simulator and coupling module that integrates the traffic and network.
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Mr. K.V.Ramana
Jntu - India
vamsivihar@rediffmail.com
Dr. Raghu.B.Korrapati
Walden University - United States of America
Mr. N. Pattabhi Ram
- India
Mr. K.Syam Kumari
- India