Asian Journal of Computer Science and Technology (AJCST)
A Novel HABF Technique for 5G in VANETAuthor : K. Suresh Kumar Reddy, V. Tamizhazhagan, V. Senthil Murugan and D. Rajaveerappa
Volume 7 No.1 Special Issue:November 2018 pp 5-10
VANET is the standout amongst the most rising Technology in current situation. Step by step street mishaps are rising. So as to keep mind these mishaps knowledge VANET came into picture. Yet, still greater upgrade is required to stop mishaps for that discovering area of Vehicle is vital thing. To discover the area of a vehicle in VANET we take the assistance of cell organizes. Still with 1G, 2G, 3G, 4G there are a few issues like blurring, Handoff, and so forth.., .To stay away from mishaps in VANET, finding careful area of vehicle and getting speedy reaction is imperative. This can be conceivable with development innovation 5G. Thus, to locate the correct area of vehicle in VANET, we executed a novel strategy utilizing AOA-MUSIC (Angle of Arrival – for Multiple Signal Classification), Godara, and LMS (Least Mean Square) Algorithms and this is an ideal system among straightforward and complex methods. We have planned and executed the proposed technique utilizing MATLAB reproduction and results demonstrate that our strategy gives progressively exact estimations of area of versatile vehicles, and exact scratch-off of obstruction signals contrasted with other existing strategies.
AOA, MUSIC, MSE, LMS, 5G, RSS, ULA, ABF, DBF, LOS, HBF
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