A Proposed Model for Simulation Based Vehicle to Vehicle Communication
Intelligent Transport System (ITS) is playing one of the important role in Vehicle to Vehicle communications specially in Vehicular Ad hoc Networks (VANET), in which many of the vehicles are equipped with IOT devices. The current generation of mobile networks, requires some major amendments and up gradation, that is; network needs to be improved in various properties for the implementation of new technology. Moreover, the infrastructure and other characteristics should be improved majorly. Therefore, there is a need to implement or introduce the new and advanced technology Vehicle to Vehicle communication with the help of latest technology. The vehicle to vehicle and vehicle to tower communication have many important factors such as speed, location of base station or tower, monitoring of vehicles, range of transmission and others. The current model examines only two road styles to enforce the vehicle to vehicle communication which have been tested such as straight and diamond that may suit in reality and simulation purposes. The simulation has been done on MATLAB 2017.
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