Abstract: Vehicular Ad hoc Network or VANET is a technology that uses street moving cars (cities or highways) as a node in a wireless network to create a mobile wireless network. The vehicular ad-hoc network converts each participating car in the network to a router or wireless node, allowing cars to distance from each other approximately 100-300 m to communicate, thus, creating a network with a wide range. Some cars and the result of mobility become outside the connection signal and this causes the network to be disconnected but other vehicles can come into the network and connect the vehicles to each other, so that, an internet connection is established over this mobile network. It is estimated that the first systems that will integrate this technology will be police cars, fire engines and emergency to communicate with each other for safety purposes. This is what, we are witnessing these days in some projects that implement the concept of smart taxi an idea associated with VANET.
Mohammed Hasan Alwan, Khairun N. Ramli, Yasir Amer Al-Jawhar and Lukman Hanif Bin Muhammed, 2018. Survey: Admission Control Algorithms for Vehicular (Wi-Fi and Wi-Max) Network Technologies. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, 13: 67-75.