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Vehicular Ad-hoc NETwork (VANET) has attracted lot of research effort due to its applicability in the areas of road safety, infotainment and driving experience obtainable at a very low cost. Being a wireless network, issues in VANET domain include random packet loss in transport layer and in data link layer for a given end to end connection. The losses are dependent on the speed at which the nodes are moving within the network, the routing protocol used and the available channel. In this paper it is proposed to investigate the performance of Geographical Routing Protocol (GRP) under random mobility with voice and traffic.
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