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Clustering Protocol Schemes for Vehicular Ad Hoc Network Environments: A Review

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  • Department of Electronics and Communication, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara – 144411, Punjab, India

Abstract


Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks (VANETs) has come up in the late years to improve street and vehicle security, solace to drivers and travelers furthermore the simplicity to activity proficiency. VANET is an uncommon sort of Mobile specially appointed system (MANET) where vehicles are utilized to make portable system. It is the future transportation framework as it gives portable system correspondence among the vehicles. Since the messages in vehicles are communicated at remote medium the VANET correspondence is at high hazard. So to defeat this test group development is proposed. The groups are separated into portability and non versatility in view of their calculation. Review of grouping calculation has been centered around this paper.

Keywords

CH (Cluster Head), CHL (Cluster Head Level), GPS (Global Positioning System), Vehicular Specially Appointed Networks (VANET)

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