ISSN E 2409-2770
ISSN P 2521-2419

Implementation of Mobility Model for V2V Communication on LTE using NS3 and SUMO

Vol. 7, Issue 05, PP. 228-232, May 2020


Keywords: Vehicles, Roads, Trafic, LTE, Device-to-device, NS3, SUMO, OpenStreetMap, TraCI

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Ad hoc network is a type of network in which there is no center node or center entity. So, there are two type of ad hoc network MANET and VANET. MANET (Mobile Ad Hoc Network) is a type of ad hoc network in which the nodes are connecting wirelessly and have some random mobility. But VANET (Vehicular Ad Hoc Network) are different in traditional MANET due to high mobility of nodes but the realistic vehicle can’t be traced by using random mobility model and way point mobility model. So, for this purpose SUMO (Simulation of Urban Mobility) tool is used for vehicular mobility models and we successfully implement that model in NS3 and use a device to device feature (proximity sensor) of LTE module in NS3 for connected nodes (Vehicles) directly. And the aim of this project is to reduce the overload on infrastructural network and overhead in vehicular communication to avoid infrastructure and by connecting vehicles directly.

  1. Haseeb Jan,, University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar, .
  2. Mohammad Inayatullah Khan Babar,, University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar, .

Haseeb Jan Mohammad Inayatullah Khan Babar "Implementation of Mobility Model for V2V Communication on LTE using NS3 and SUMO" International journal of Engineering works Vol. 7 Issue 05 PP. 228-232 May 2020

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