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An Impact of Emergency Response in Dynamic Clustered Integrated VANET using Adaptive Mobile Gateway Management

Bhagath Singh J P, Chandra Mouliswaran S

Abstract


Creating the high data rates of IEEE 802.11p-in VANET Heterogeneous Wireless Networks. In this, different related metrics are used to create dynamically clustered vehicles. From these clusters, a minimum number of vehicles, equipped with IEEE 802.11p and UTRAN interfaces, are selected as vehicular gateways to link VANET to Universal Mobile Telecommunication Systems (UMTS). VANETs are used for short range, high-speed communication among nearby vehicles, and between vehicles and roadside infrastructure units. In this we will be addressing the issue like gateway selection, gateway advertisement and discovery, service migration between gateways by an adaptive mobile gateway management mechanism. Finding out the gateway vehicles in the VANET is the most important objective and also allowing only the minimum number of vehicular gateways to communicate with the UMTS network. The vehicles in large VANET can directly communicate the UMTS. The effective broadcasting and relaying of messages and increases the stability between vehicles in the VANET can be determined from dynamic clustering it. The performance of the integrated network will be evaluated by the terms like Data Packet Delivery Ratio (DPDR), Control Packet Overhead (CPO), throughput, Packet Drop Fraction and delay parameters. NS2 is used to simulate and evaluate the performance of the VANET architecture with the proposed mechanisms.

Keywords


VANET, system integration, clustering and adaptive mobile gateway management

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