Efficiency of AODV, OSLR and DSDV protocol in Vehicular Ad-Hoc Network: test case of Hue city


In recent times, the Vehicular Ad-Hoc Network (VANET) has been interested by numerous researchers and tested in practice. VANET is one of the foundations for future intelligent transportation systems, in which the routing problem is one of the most important issues when developing and deploying VANET. However, most of the work at home and abroad evaluates these protocols on the VANET network, which is deployed in the test in the NS2 environment. In recent times, there have been several evaluations of the NS3 software with different criteria, such as Goodput and BSM PDR. Nevertheless, these assessments are hardly put into actual traffic conditions. Therefore, this paper evaluates the effectiveness of AODV, OSLR and DSDV protocols by building a real traffic scenario in Hue City, Vietnam. On this basis, we proposed a suitable test deployment model with the simulation software NS3 and SUMO.

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