Simulation of Heterogeneous Network Vehicles
2Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of East Sarajevo, East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Abstract—The aim of this paper is to demonstrate, how to communicate the vehicle between themselves in a heterogeneous vehicles network, and show on which way is done the exchange of information with the infrastructure, to overcome the shortcomings of using a single wireless technology. DSRC does not offer enough good coverage and range around intersections in urban areas for specific applications. On the other side, as an alternative to overcoming these deficiencies proposed LTE, advanced mobile communications technology. The evaluation of performance is usually done by means of simulations in particular the programming software, which integrates tools to support Wi-Fi, IEEE 802.11p, mobile technology and feedback mobility. For the realization of heterogeneous networks vehicle that has support for LTE is used open source simulator for communication between vehicles and infrastructure Veins LTE, composed of a network simulator Omnet++ and traffic simulator SUMO. These two simulators are working in parallel, and allow modeling of communication between vehicles.
Index Terms—Veins LTE, heterogeneous vehicular network, LTE, DSRC, IEEE 802.11p, Omnet++, SUMO.
Cite: Suad Kasapovic, Samra Mujacic, Lejla Banjanovic-Mehmedovic, Izet Jagodic, "Simulation of Heterogeneous Network Vehicles," Journal of Software vol. 11, no. 11, pp. 1154-1161, 2016.
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