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How any node having dual mode interface switches from one mode to another ?

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How any node having dual mode interface switches from one mode to another ? For example: If in VANETs a vehicle is having dual mode interface one for 802.11p and another interface for LTE(E-UTRAN), then how vehicle switches from 802.11p to LTE interfcae or vice-versa? I mean is there any technology to do that or is there any software to do so?

posted Mar 22, 2017 by Shilpy Agrawal

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