Richard Gilles Engoulou

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Vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs), a subset of Mobile Ad hoc NETworks (MANETs), refer to a set of smart vehicles used on the road. These vehicles provide communication services among one another or with Road Side Infrastructure (RSU) based on wireless Local Area Network (LAN) technologies. The main benefits of VANETs are that they enhance road safety and(More)
Due to the advent in technology and continuous progresses in wireless communication leads VANET as a research scenario which proposes communication between vehicles by wireless means. It has a large potential to improve safety and travel comfort of passenger. Developed areas suffer a major consideration for traffic safety as there is a high wastage of time(More)
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