Vehicular Ad Hoc Network, abbreviated as VANET, is a system where vehicles like cars have the possibility of digitally communicating with one another, and communicating with a stationary object, for example a building or a traffic light. These communications are of short-range types. Concretely, the three types of communications provided in VANET are: inter-vehicle communication, vehicle-to-roadside communication and inter-roadside communication. In all these communications, there are no usage of a base station or any additional dedicated infrastructure like an access point to facilitate the digital communications. This is a unique property of VANET.
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