Performance Evaluation of Three Layer Vehicular Network

Petersons, E.; Bogdanovs, N.
June 2011
Electronics & Electrical Engineering;2011, Issue 112, p25
Academic Journal
IEEE 802.11x is the new standard for communication in a wireless LAN. Despite these differences, 802.T1 is required to appear higher layers (LLC) as a traditional 802 LAN. When assessing the performance of a wireless LAN, it is especially important to consider how this LAN will be used. When analyzing wireless networks, there arises a need to evaluate the whole network or a part of it. Whole Vehicular network, discussed in this work, consist of three layer networks. When analyzing wireless networks, the theory of queues net is used. During the research involving analytical methods, wireless network performance characteristics of various types were assessed. In the result of the experiment, the mathematical models for three layer wireless networks were selected as ones who are to be used fo choosing an optimal method for performance evaluation of Short range communication Vehicular network. Ill. 5, bibl. 5, tabl. 1(in English; abstracts in English and Lithuanian).


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