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Abstract :

With the advancement of technology the role of UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) is growing rapidly. In the modern era very popular and advanced technologies are present which are used for communication purpose. With the advancement of technologies many challenging tasks are also associated like development and maintenance cost, integration etc. This paper reports the use of FANET in various areas and provides a path to known about the various challenging tasks in FANET. As literature indicated that the UAVs are attractive technology for many civilian and military applications. Due to the high and frequent mobility of the nodes, maintaining a communication link between the UAVs is a challenging task. Thus this paper lights on the main tasks of FANET and their use in the modern era.

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