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The Effect of Radio Channel Modelling on the Network Performance in VANET

Islam, Md Ashraful LU and Bhuyan, Nasimul Hyder Maruf (2015) EITM01 20151
Department of Electrical and Information Technology
Abstract
Research in vehicle-to-vehicle communication and the Vehicular Ad Hoc
Network (VANET) are two major fields of growing interest. The advent
and recent development of these concepts foster evolution of the new
paradigm of the transportation system, widely known as Intelligent
Transport System (ITS). Among the numerous challenges in adopting
VANET for ITS, modeling the radio channel is a vital one, because of the
mobility of transmitters and receivers, low elevation of antennae, channel
fading and statistically non-stationary of channels. A channel model has
been proposed that agree with the above mentioned unique characteristics
exist in VANET i.e. Lund model. In this work, we have focused on data
delivery performance at the... (More)
Research in vehicle-to-vehicle communication and the Vehicular Ad Hoc
Network (VANET) are two major fields of growing interest. The advent
and recent development of these concepts foster evolution of the new
paradigm of the transportation system, widely known as Intelligent
Transport System (ITS). Among the numerous challenges in adopting
VANET for ITS, modeling the radio channel is a vital one, because of the
mobility of transmitters and receivers, low elevation of antennae, channel
fading and statistically non-stationary of channels. A channel model has
been proposed that agree with the above mentioned unique characteristics
exist in VANET i.e. Lund model. In this work, we have focused on data
delivery performance at the network layer of VANET under Lund
propagation model and compared the performance with that of some of the
existing models i.e. Three log distance model, Friis model and Nakagami
model which are commonly used for analyzing conventional wireless
communications. Average delay per packet and average packet loss ratio
are the two parameters used for comparing the performance. Simulation
results indicate that Lund Model yields mixed kind of results with all other
propagation loss models in both highway and rural scenario in terms of
average delay per packet and average packet loss ratio as a result of its
more realistic nature. (Less)
Popular Abstract
Research in vehicle-to-vehicle communication
and Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANET) are two
major fields of growing interest. The advent and recent
development of these concepts foster evolution of a new
paradigm transportation, widely known as Intelligent
Transport Systems (ITS). Among the numerous
challenges in adopting VANET for ITS, modeling the
radio channel is vital one, because of the movement of
cars, reflection of radio signals etc. It is important to
propose a channel model that can consider the above
mentioned problems and can be used in VANET. Lund
channel model is such kind of channel model which can
deal with the above problems by its realistic nature. In
this thesis work, we have focused on data delivery
... (More)
Research in vehicle-to-vehicle communication
and Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANET) are two
major fields of growing interest. The advent and recent
development of these concepts foster evolution of a new
paradigm transportation, widely known as Intelligent
Transport Systems (ITS). Among the numerous
challenges in adopting VANET for ITS, modeling the
radio channel is vital one, because of the movement of
cars, reflection of radio signals etc. It is important to
propose a channel model that can consider the above
mentioned problems and can be used in VANET. Lund
channel model is such kind of channel model which can
deal with the above problems by its realistic nature. In
this thesis work, we have focused on data delivery
performance at the network layer of VANET under
Lund propagation model and compared the
performance with that of some of the existing models i.e.
Three log distance model, Friis model and Nakagami
model which are commonly used for analyzing
conventional wireless communications. Average delay
per packet and average packet loss ratio are the two
parameters used for comparing the performance. Our
purpose is to see the network performance in different
scenarios highway and rural. (Less)
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author
Islam, Md Ashraful LU and Bhuyan, Nasimul Hyder Maruf
supervisor
organization
course
EITM01 20151
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
VANET, Routing protocol, Unicast, Broadcast, NS-3.
report number
LU/LTH-EIT 2015-437
language
English
id
5238930
date added to LUP
2015-03-31 14:26:41
date last changed
2015-04-14 16:19:24
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  abstract     = {Research in vehicle-to-vehicle communication and the Vehicular Ad Hoc
Network (VANET) are two major fields of growing interest. The advent
and recent development of these concepts foster evolution of the new
paradigm of the transportation system, widely known as Intelligent
Transport System (ITS). Among the numerous challenges in adopting
VANET for ITS, modeling the radio channel is a vital one, because of the
mobility of transmitters and receivers, low elevation of antennae, channel
fading and statistically non-stationary of channels. A channel model has
been proposed that agree with the above mentioned unique characteristics
exist in VANET i.e. Lund model. In this work, we have focused on data
delivery performance at the network layer of VANET under Lund
propagation model and compared the performance with that of some of the
existing models i.e. Three log distance model, Friis model and Nakagami
model which are commonly used for analyzing conventional wireless
communications. Average delay per packet and average packet loss ratio
are the two parameters used for comparing the performance. Simulation
results indicate that Lund Model yields mixed kind of results with all other
propagation loss models in both highway and rural scenario in terms of
average delay per packet and average packet loss ratio as a result of its
more realistic nature.},
  author       = {Islam, Md Ashraful and Bhuyan, Nasimul Hyder Maruf},
  keyword      = {VANET,Routing protocol,Unicast,Broadcast,NS-3.},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {The Effect of Radio Channel Modelling on the Network Performance in VANET},
  year         = {2015},
}