A Comparative Study of Mobile and Vehicular Adhoc Networks

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Mobile Ad Hoc Network and Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks are emerging area for research and development. VANETs are subclass of MANETs. But unlike MANETs it does not have battery constraints and have high mobility. Unicast and Multicast protocols in MANETs and VANETs use broadcasting to provide important control and route establishment. Possible applications of VANETs relying on broadcast for sharing safety, weather, and road information among vehicles. This paper presents a comparative study of Mobile and Vehicular adhoc network

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