Volume 7 Issue 3 - September 2016

  • 1. Delivery probability comparison of vdtn routing protocols

    Authors : Megha Bhatt, Rima Shelat

    Pages : 462-469

    DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.21172/1.73.561

    Keywords : DTN, VDTN, Epidemic Routing, Direct Delivery Routing, Spray and Wait Routing, Binary Spray and Wait Routing, Prophet Routing, Delivery Probability, Buffer Size, Transmission Speed, Number of Nodes

    Abstract :

    Delay tolerant network (DTN) has been utilized for intermittent network, where no of hosts are movable, there is no fixed topology and connection is opportunistic. It is challenging to transmit data in such opportunistic environment. DTN is also implemented in Vehicular known as Vehicular delay tolerant network (VDTN). The message transmission in VDTN using different routing protocols needs to be improved as VDTN suffers from the high speed of vehicles, short contact time and unstable topology and very high delay for message passing. The objective of this paper is to do comparative analysis of five different protocols of VDTN with variance of various parameters and suggest one protocol for optimum performance concentrating delivery probability. Delivery probability is compared on parameters - variation in no of nodes, buffer size and transmission data rate. Rating based system is used to analyze comparative study. All protocols are implemented using The ONE simulator.

    Citing this Journal Article :

    Megha Bhatt, Rima Shelat, "Delivery probability comparison of vdtn routing protocols ", https://www.ijltet.org/journal_details.php?id=907&j_id=3381, Volume 7 Issue 3 - September 2016, 462-469, #ijltetorg