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A Dual Beaconing Scheme for Effective Context Awareness in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
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 Title & Authors
A Dual Beaconing Scheme for Effective Context Awareness in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
Joo, Jhihoon; Lee, Heechang; Kim, Jungjoon; Han, Dong Seog;
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 Abstract
Beacon transmission is one of the fundamental mechanisms in vehicular ad hoc networks. Variety services including context awareness can be embodied by exchanging beacons in each vehicle. In this paper, we propose dual beacon transmission instead of traditional single beacon transmission for beaconing mechanism. dual beacon transmission divides beacon into two functions and operates two beaconing process independently. We verified the superiority of dual beacon transmission by comparing beacon packet delivery ratio with single beacon transmission. In conclusion, dual beacon transmission can reduce channel load and have both wider communication range and effective context awareness. In addition, implementing dual beacon transmission has less complexity and appliable with conventional adaptive beaconing schemes.
 Keywords
vehicular ad hoc networks;beaconing mechanisms;context awareness;
 Language
Korean
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