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Positionsbasiertes Routing für die Kommunikation zwischen Fahrzeugen

Author(s): Martin Mauve , Hannes Hartenstein , Holger Füßler , Jörg Widmer , Wolfgang Effelsberg .
Title: Positionsbasiertes Routing für die Kommunikation zwischen Fahrzeugen
Published: it + ti 44 ( 5 ), pp. 278--286 , October 2002
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Abstract: In the near future communication between vehicles by means of wireless technology will enhance both safety and comfort of the passengers. One main challenge in realizing this communication will be the routing of messages from one sender to one or more receivers. In this paper we propose a position-based ad-hoc routing protocol which solves this problem. In this protocol all vehicles work together, thus no pre-established infrastructure is required. As a consequence, the resulting network is inexpensive and robust. In order to prove the viability of the approach, a simulation study was performed using the ns-2 network simulator. As a basis for this study realistic car movement patterns were used. The study shows that even over large distances requiring message forwarding by multiple vehicles, high success rates for the delivery of messages are achieved.
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