Studi Kinerja AODV-PNT dengan Penambahan Faktor Jumlah Node Tetangga pada VANET

Arifiyan, Grezio (2017) Studi Kinerja AODV-PNT dengan Penambahan Faktor Jumlah Node Tetangga pada VANET. Masters thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

VANET (Vehucular Ad hoc Network) merupakan pengembagan dari Mobile Ad hoc Network atau yang sering disebut MANET. Topologi pada VANET dapat berubah dengan cepat karena pergerakan simpul (node) sehingga topologi dapat berubah secara dinamis, selain itu terdapat permasalahan yang cukup menarik untuk diteliti pada VANET yaitu konektivitas antar simpul (node). Ada beberapa routing protokol pada MANET yang diterapkan pada VANET salah satunya adalah AODV (On-deman Distance Protocol) AODV adalah protokol reactive atau on-deman, jenis routing ini hanya akan membuat route ketika simpul sumber (source node) membutuhkannya. Routing protokol AODV dikembangkan lebih lanjut salah satunya adalah menjadi AODV-PNT (Prediction Node Trend), dengan menambahkan prediksi kecenderungan simpul dapat meningkatkan performa dalam menentukan rute yang stabil,berdasarkan nilai TWR (Total Weight of The Route). Nilai TWR memperhatikan beberapa faktor mobilitas seperti: kecepatan, percepatan, arah dan kualitas tautan (link quality) antar kendaraan. Pada penelitian ini, kami mengadopsi formula perhitungan TWR pada AODV-PNT dan juga menambahkan faktor lain yaitu jumlah node tetangga dalam menentukan nilai TWR. Dari hasil uji coba, AODV-PNT yang dimodifikasi berhasil meningkatkan nilai paket delivery ratio hingga 3,7%. Sedangkan untuk jumlah routing paket yang dihasilkan dalam simulasi, protokol AODV-PNT modifikasi menghasilkan routing paket 21% lebih banyak dibandingkan dengan protokol AODV-PNT original dan 62,4% lebih sedikit dibandingkan dengan protokol AODV original. Pada penelitian ini protokol modifikasi kami sebut dengan AODV-MNS. ===================================================================================================== VANET (Vehucular Ad hoc Network) is a development of Mobile Ad hoc Network or often called MANET. Topology in VANET can change rapidly because of the movement of node so that topology can change dynamically, besides there is problem interesting enough to be examined at VANET that is connectivity between node. There are several routing protocols on MANET that are applied to VANET one of them is AODV (On-deman Distance Protocol) AODV is a reactive or on-deman protocol, this type of routing will only create a route when the source node needs it. AODV protocol routing is further developed one of them is to become AODV-PNT (Prediction Node Trend), by adding prediction of node tendency can improve performance in determining stable route, based on TWR value (Total Weight of The Route). TWR values pay attention to several mobility factors such as speed, acceleration, direction and links quality between vehicles. In this study, we adopted the TWR calculation formula on AODV-PNT and also added another factor that is the number of neighboring nodes in determining the TWR value. From the trial results, modified AODV-PNT managed to increase the value of packet delivery ratio up to 3.7%. As for the number of routing packets generated in the simulation, the modified AODV-PNT protocol produced 21% more packet routing than the original AODV-PNT protocol and 62.4% less than the original AODV protocol. In this study the modification protocol we call AODV-MNS.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: MANET, VANET, AODV, AODV-PNT, TWR, node tetangga, AODV-MNS.
Subjects: T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering > TK5105 Data Transmission Systems
T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering > TK5101 Telecommunication
Divisions: Faculty of Information Technology > Informatics Engineering > (S2) Master Theses
Depositing User: Grezio Arifiyan Primajaya
Date Deposited: 22 Sep 2017 06:59
Last Modified: 06 Mar 2019 02:48
URI: http://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/43877

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