Empirical Analysis of Vehicular Network Design Strategies and Routing Efficiency with AODV Protocol

  • David. S, P. T. Vanathi


In digital world, wireless technologies and its associated communications are attaining drastical improvements over past decades. Vehicular AdHoc Network (VANET), a most important wireless communication medium to get raising everyday due to its necessity. Generally, Vehicular Networks are designed to apply the logics of Mobile Networks such as MANET and disconnected architectural support as well. But the sudden improvement of mobile device and its associated growths place a standard platform for vehicular communications. VANETs are used for inter vehicle communications, which is generally termed as I-VC, in which it uses any type of wireless communication technologies but specifically using Short Range-Radio Communication Technologies. The usual problem occurred in Vehicular Network scenario is the lacking of spontaneous connectivity and sustainability due to its moving scenario and failed to analyze the range limitations during navigation. In order to resolve the issues in past and provides a good enough communication abilities to Vehicular Networks, in this paper a new vehicular network strategy is introduced, called Energetic Vehicular Route Optimizer (EVRO), which provides ability to Vehicular Networks to achieve better transmission accuracy, reducing the failure rates over transmission and improving the throughput rate over communication between vehicles. The proposed simulation results guarantee the improvement of throughput, lifetime and energy efficiency with reduced delay.