Performance Evaluation of VANETs in Different Real Map Scenarios
With the advancement of Vehicular technologies, Vehicular Adhoc Networks will soon be a reality in our daily lives. However in order to fully take advantage of the new applications, we need to consider different parameters, while implementing the network. Road patterns, types of data, vehicle density and so on are some parameters that can affect the performance. In this paper we conduct simulations for VANETs in the Japanese city of Soja, Okayama Prefecture and one of the busiest parts of Tokyo metropolitan area, Shibuya. In order to create the road map we used real data from Open Source Map (OSM). Then, we generated mobility traces from eWorld into SUMO-compatible format. The data traffic is generated and evaluated by NS3 and its related tools. We investigate the effect of road patterns, types of traffic data and vehicle density.
KeywordsPacket Delivery Ratio Optimize Link State Routing Vehicle Density Tokyo Metropolitan Area Road Pattern
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