MLPR-ASTP: Multipath Linear Propagation Routing based Improving Transmission in VANET Using Adaptive Sequence Transmission on Delay Path

Dr.M. Subalakshmi

The ad hoc network is a special type of mobile ad hoc network that is simulated as a mobile node. This means that in the established extensive network, the vehicles are in contact with each other, can be maintained continuously, and all the participating wireless nodes are rotated. Despite both VANET communication and its development in VANET, many challenges remain, such as the dynamic topology and routing of the network. Highend flexibility, strict latency constraints for high transmission messages, and dynamic topology changes of broken links in general are a particular exemplary challenge facing communication VANET. Too propose a Multipath linear propagation routing based improving transmission in VANET using adaptive sequence transmission on delay path (MLPR-ASTP).When the resource allocation should consider the QoS measurement improvisation, there is a small amount of calculation (delay) to do. The routing protocol improves network performance through design effects, especially effective routing mechanisms in sparse environments. It is assumed to be an important dilemma that needs to be addressed in VANET. The most important (extra overhead) time in terms of increasing the proportion of packets transmitted by the network-generated packets and the limited balanced delay spread of the messages are sent to the desired destination. In this work, the adjacency node, because it is bad, is used for retransmission of packets by utilizing unreserved time slots, and cooperates if it fails in the channel state. The life of the network is achieved by finding that a multicast path tends to minimize the energy changes of all nodes. Therefore, this method uses a relative movement to increase the throughput of the network and increase the probability of successful packet transmission.

Volume 12 | 04-Special Issue

Pages: 240-249

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12SP4/20201486