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Cross-layer multi-hop wireless routing for inter-vehicle communication

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Cross-layer multi-hop wireless routing for inter-vehicle communication
— Ad-hoc networking provides a cost-effective support structure for inter-vehicle communication. A decentralized peerto-peer information dissemination architecture is well suited for automotive applications that need to exchange data having local relevance. Routing, however, is challenge in a vehicular scenario because of the associated dynamism in network topology and variations in driving conditions. In this work we present a cross-layer ad-hoc routing approach based on link connectivity assessment in the network topology. We suggest a framework for proactive enhancements to the Optimized Link State Routing (OLSR) [1] protocol and implement the proposed measures within the protocol format. We further deploy an IEEE 802.11b based vehicular network and demonstrate the effectiveness of link-quality assessment based enhancements in improving the performance of inter-vehicle ad-hoc routing. Through actual test-runs, we show that the enhanced protocol is more responsive to variations in ...
Jatinder Pal Singh, Nicholas Bambos, Bhaskar Srini
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Year 2006
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Authors Jatinder Pal Singh, Nicholas Bambos, Bhaskar Srinivasan, Detlef Clawin
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