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Generally vehicular networks are considered to contain two types of nodes; vehicles and roadside stations. Vehicular communications is usually developed as a part of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) that seeks to achieve safety and productivity through intelligent transportation which integrates communication between mobile and fixed nodes. The majority of today's Automated Vehicle Location (AVL) systems use Global Positioning System (GPS) technology. Each satellite has its individual code (waveform) which contains the required data to calculate the position of the receiver.
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