Heterogeneous wireless networks will play a significant role in providing multiservice connectivity in ITS, and in particular vehicular networks. This paper describes a smart scheduling approach that allows end user nodes to direct packets over the best available wireless access technologies and set priorities for selected services. The performance of this smart scheduler has been simulated in a non-cooperative multi user
environment and the results show that, for the prioritised services, the scheduler can provide a lower average packet delay and a higher average packet delivery ratio for all users than a wireless system that selects on signal strength alone.
Roman, CristianBall, PeterOu, Shumao
Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment\School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics
Year of publication: 2018Date of RADAR deposit: 2018-06-04