REDUCING DROPPED PACKETS OVERHEAD OF LINK STATE AWARE GEOGRAPHIC OPPORTUNISTIC ROUTING PROTOCOL FOR VANETS

Authors

  • Krima Patel P.G Department of Computer Science And Engineering Saffrony Institute Of Technology Linch, Mehasana,Gujarat,India
  • Hiral Rathod Assistant Professor, Department Of CE, Saffrony Institute Of Technology Linch, Mehasana,Gujarat,India

Keywords:

VANET, LSGO, Geographic opportunistic routing

Abstract

Vehicular Adhoc Networks (VANETs) are subpart of Mobile Adhoc Network. VANETs are self-organized
wireless networks, which are infrastructure less. Due to the high mobility of VANETs and increase the speed of vehicles,
the connectivity between vehicles become poor which result in an increase the dropped packets overhead of LSGO
routing protocol. LSGO routing protocol is a combination of link state information and geographic location of nodes.
LSGO aim to improve the data transmission reliability in high dynamic environment. In this paper, we present the
method to reduce the overhead when nodes move out of range. During link failure, source node stop the packet
transmission by RERR message send by intermediate node and find another routing path from routing table and again
start transmission on new routing path.

Published

2015-05-25

How to Cite

Krima Patel, & Hiral Rathod. (2015). REDUCING DROPPED PACKETS OVERHEAD OF LINK STATE AWARE GEOGRAPHIC OPPORTUNISTIC ROUTING PROTOCOL FOR VANETS. International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development (IJAERD), 2(5), 1004–1010. Retrieved from https://ijaerd.com/index.php/IJAERD/article/view/1129