Evaluation of the Mobility Aware Energy Efficient Multipoint Relay Link Optimized Routing Protocol for Vehicular Ad HOC Networks

Y. Sangeetha and Kumar Narayanan

Vehicle Ad Hoc networks need an effective routing technique to address network layers parameters to improve the packet delivery ratio, traffic density, and packet delivery duration for any unexpected vehicle movement. This paper has endeavored, by changing the standard OLSR-protocol, to create a new VANET routing scheme called Energy-efficient multipoint relay link optimized routing protocol. The paper also strengthened the OLSR predicting node development strategy by using real-time position information to classify nodes. On the NS-2 platform, the proposed approach was applied and evaluated. We have estimated various quality device parameters latency, packet delivery, efficiency, overhead management of valid correlations. The fitness results reveal that the EEMPR-link optimized routing protocol methodology introduced beats OLSR by considering specific routing criteria into consideration.

Volume 12 | 05-Special Issue

Pages: 393-399

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12SP5/20201772