Security Measures in Cellular Aided Mobile Ad hoc Network (CAMA)
In this paper we present a novel infrastructure of Cellular-Aided Mobile Ad hoc Network (CAMA) with the security issues and the corresponding solutions are addressed. The experimental study shows that CAMA is much less vulnerable than a pure ad hoc network. We discuss these challenges and outline some possible solutions.In this paper we present a novel infrastructure ofcellular-aided mobile ad-hoc network (CAMA)withthe security issues and the corresponding solutions are addressed. The experimental study shows that CAMA is much less vulnerable than a pure ad hoc network. We discuss thesechallenges and outline some possible solutions
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