A Cluster Tree Topology Based Routing Protocol and its Performance Analysis for Minimizing End to End Delay in VANET
Different routing protocols such as ACR, DSDV, and AODV have been employed to reduce end-to-end delay and each routing protocol has a different level of performance. Even though these protocols have addressed the issue of end-to-end delay to some extent, there still a need to improve the situation using other routing protocols. Hence, this study is intended to examine a cluster tree topology based routing protocol and its performance analysis for minimizing end to end delay in VANET. The results of the study indicated that a cluster tree routing protocol has minimized end-to-end delay compared to other routing protocols. The delay yield with a group tree topology in a Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) The end-to-end delay in such a system can be exceptionally reliant on the overall situation of the bunch heads (CHs) between the sensors and sink and the asset allotments. Packs transmitted with undue postponement are brought down progressively traffic. Given each CH's course of events allotments to nearby and between-group traffic a transmission, a systematic model is created to discover the start to finish transmission defer appropriation for parcels beginning from various bunches. The bundle drop rate is extricated by this outcome. A heuristic plan is then proposed to discover the course of events allotments of all CHs in a WSN together to accomplish the ideal and adjusted bundle drop rate for traffic beginning from various degrees of the bunch tree. The assessment prompted handy proposals on the most proficient method to configuration better steering conventions VANET.