Cognitive Self-Scheduled Mechanism for Access Control in Noisy Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
Abstract— Cognitive Self-Scheduled Mechanism for Access Control in Noisy Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks. Vehicular ad hoc networks < Final Year Projects 2016 > VANETs is a type of wireless networks which plays a key role in the intelligent transportation systems. WiFi-based networks are becoming increasingly ubiquitous, and in many cases entire cities and campuses are being covered. Though it may be possible to get brief periods of connectivity these networks and the WiFi technology itself are not designed to provide connectivity to moving vehicles. Our results uncover a more complex picture than previous work which was conducted in more benign settings. The impressive penetration of 802.11-based wireless networks in many metropolitan areas around the world offers, for the first time, the opportunity of a “grassroots” wireless Internet service provided by users who “open up” their 802.11 (Wi-Fi) access points in a controlled manner to mobile clients.
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