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Simulation and Analysis of Extended Brake Lights for Inter-Vehicle Communication Networks

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Simulation and Analysis of Extended Brake Lights for Inter-Vehicle Communication Networks
— The goal of this research is to simulate and analyze an Inter-Vehicle Communication (IVC) Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANET). Automobiles of the future will take advantage of IVC capabilities, in which vehicles will communicate with one another wirelessly. The Crash Avoidance Metrics Partnership (CAMP) Vehicle Safety Communications Consortium (VSCC) has identified three scenarios that are representative of the capabilities of future vehicular networks: Curve Speed Warning (CSW), Traffic Signal Violation Warning (TSVW), and Extended Brake Lights (EBL). We consider only EBL, as it is the only scenario that involves direct communication between vehicles. This research aims to simulate the EBL scenario over an IVC network, and analyze the network using accepted metrics and benchmarks. The resulting performance data may influence and motive future research efforts. Keywords— Inter-Vehicle Communication, Mobile Ad hoc Networks, Simulation, Throughput, One-way Delay
Jason D. Watson, Mark Pellerito, Charlie Gladden,
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICDCSW
Authors Jason D. Watson, Mark Pellerito, Charlie Gladden, Huirong Fu
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