Impact of Two Realistic Mobility Models for Vehicular Safety Applications [article]

Md Habibur Rahman, Mohammad Nasiruddin
2014 arXiv   pre-print
Vehicular safety applications intended for VANETs. It can be separated by inter-vehicle communication. It is needed for a vehicle can travel safety with high velocity and must interconnect quickly dependably. In this work, examined the impact of the IDM-IM and IDM-LC mobility model on AODV, AOMDV, DSDV and OLSR routing protocol using Nakagami propagation model and IEEE 802.11p MAC protocol in a particular urban scenario of Dhaka city. The periodic broadcast (PBC) agent is employed to transmit
more » ... ssages between vehicles in case of emergency or collision avoidance for vehicular safety communication. The simulation results recommend numerous concerns such as lower packet drop rate, delay, jitter, route cost and mean-hop is necessary to be measured before developing a robust safety application of VANET.
arXiv:1405.2417v1 fatcat:kwigowrtpjcstcpppbmrf5khmq