Provided by: International Journal of Scientific Progress & Research (IJSPR)
A (Vehicular Ad-hoc NETwork) or VANET is a technology that uses moving cars as nodes in a network to create a mobile network. Communication is typically over the dedicated short range communication at 5.9GHz frequency. Mobile ad-hoc network routing protocols fail in scenario in which no contemporaneous path exists between source and destination because they try to find end-to-end path before data transmission which is not exist in VANET which increase delivery delay and decrease delivery ratio. So VANET uses store-carry-forward' paradigm. In network coding, source node or intermediate node allows to combine number of packets it has received or generated into one or several outgoing packets. Reliability is one of the issues.