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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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A Review Analysis on Emergency Data Dissemination Techniques in Vehicular Adhoc Networks

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C. Balakumar, Dr. E. Karthikeyan



Data Dissemination, Vehicular Ad-Hoc Network, Dissemination Techniques and Challenges, Routing Algorithm, Road Side Unit, On Board unit, Authentication Unit, Quality of Service.



A Vehicular Ad-Hoc Network (VANET) is an amazing application of Mobile Ad-Hoc Network (MANET) that facilitate vehicles to vehicles and vehicles to road side units and its base stations communication with the main objective of providing secure and safe transportation in an efficient way. The emergency alert message information are transferred through V2V (vehicle to vehicle data communication), so the parameters like network strength, wait time, high mobility and repeated network disconnections plays vital role for the data communications. The different data dissemination advances in VANET can be followed to intimate the vehicles about the traffic congestion which leads a safe and efficient travel journey. In this paper, different data dissemination techniques are widely reviewed and identified the main challenges in it. There are many VANET data dissemination techniques were applied, but it really does not provide adequate transmission speed for emergency oriented data transmission services. In most of the situations it leads to unexpected traffic congestion and accidents. To minimize the same, VANET network need intelligent and effective routing protocols for intra vehicle communication. The various data dissemination techniques used to share the information in highway and urban environment with good quality of services, rebroadcast and the assurance of message when it reaches the destination are studied and reviewed with different research authors papers. It covers application areas, challenges, different dissemination techniques and security issues in the VANET.



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