Performance Analysis for End to End Delay in VANET using Cluster Tree Topology
Different routing protocols such as DSR, DSDV, and AODV have been employed to reduce end-to-end delay and each routing protocol has a different level of performance. Even though these protocols have addressed the issue of end-to-end delay to some extent, there still a need to improve the situation using other routing protocols. Hence, this study is intended to examine a cluster tree topology based routing protocol and its performance analysis for minimizing end to end delay in VANET. The study is conducted using a quantitative method with an experimental approach and stimulated by NS-2 open-source programming. SUMO-GUI is utilized to make the VANET topology. Many streams in the system are expected, for which infusion rate and way length are considered as parameters. It has just been built up that the Coordinated-Earliest-Deadline-First (CEDF) convention can accomplish and start to finish delay of roughly in wireline systems, while different schedulers like Weighted Equal Queuing have started to finish defer limits. On account of self-assertive topology remote systems, the accentuation was normally more on ideal throughput than limiting deferral.