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The novel concept of mobile hotspots, characterized by a group of wireless users equipped with wireless LAN cards, moving as a whole and requiring Internet connectivity, is gaining the interest of the telecommunications research community. This article intends to contribute to this research topic by proposing alternative solutions for the deployment of a(More)
A VANET is composed of vehicles, equipped with short range wireless communication capabilities, which cooperate to form a temporary distributed network enabling communications with other vehicles or road infrastructure nodes, located in line of sight or even out of the radio range (if a multihop network is built among vehicles). It is clear that granting to(More)
When Vehicles communicating among themselves, and communicating to devices located in the margins of roads and highways form Vehicular Ad hoc Networks (VANETs) that are a suitable type of Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANETs). VANET can go upto a high speed of network nodes that can go up to 200 km/h, and which impacts directly on the capability the network has(More)
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