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Avtorji: Ščavničar Gregor, Vodopivec Samo, Bešter Janez


Usmerjevalni protokoli v brezžičnih omrežjih med vozili
Ščavničar Gregor, Vodopivec Samo, Bešter Janez
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Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANET) is an emerging technology in the field of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). It has lots of potential since it will be able to prevent accidents and deliver more comfortable
driving experience to all passengers in the vehicle. Vehicles will become nodes in the network and
exchange safety and other types of messages. For this to become a reality there is a need of a set of rules that
creates and maintains a route and forwards messages on this route. Routing is essential in any kind of network
since it enables the propagation of data from one node to another. Protocols in this type of ad hoc network are
divided into five categories: topology, location, cluster, geocast and broadcast based protocols. Each category
has its own unique way of routing messages which differentiates it from others. In this paper a comparison
between all of the five categories is carried out and the most promising protocols are exposed.
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Prispevek je objavljen v Zborniku 22. mednarodne Elektrotehniške in računalniške konference ERK 2013.

Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANET) is an emerging technology in the field of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). It has lots of potential since it will be able to prevent accidents and deliver more comfortable driving experience to all passengers in the vehicle. Vehicles will become nodes in the network and exchange safety and other types of messages. For this to become a reality there is a need of a set of rules that creates and maintains a route and forwards messages on this route. Routing is essential in any kind of network since it enables the propagation of data from one node to another. Protocols in this type of ad hoc network are divided into five categories: topology, location, cluster, geocast and broadcast based protocols. Each category has its own unique way of routing messages which differentiates it from others. In this paper a comparison between all of the five categories is carried out and the most promising protocols are exposed.


Za ogled vsebine si prenesite PDF datoteko.

Prispevek je objavljen v Zborniku 22. mednarodne Elektrotehniške in računalniške konference ERK 2013.