Collective Network Channel Decentralized Fountain Design Codes for Safe Communication in VANET Network

 
 
 
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    Wireless sensor network is noticed as bulk aggregation of slender sensor knobs that can characterize themselves in a decentralized system. Wireless communications assist these trades to increase plant knowledge by acquiring additional measurements from processes and apparatus when wired communication would be infeasible. The merits of the space diversity and transmit nature of wireless transmissions to adopt combined accession in which node transmit the host, that recover the lost host with long credibility by overhearing the transmission of its acquaintance.

    Article represents an indicating flexible unified management. On the basis of regular set code, the aspect of overall managed flexible WSN activity, local action conversion is protected.

     

     


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    Vehicular Networks, Content Distribution, Data Dissemination, Broadcast, WSN, Finite length query, query recognition, flexible traffic control scheme.

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Article ID: 16500
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i3.12.16500




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