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Design of 5.9 ghz dsrc-based vehicular safety communication

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5 Author(s)
Jiang, D. ; DaimlerChrysler Res. & Technol. North America, Inc., Palo Alto, CA ; Taliwal, V. ; Meier, A. ; Holfelder, W.
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The automotive industry is moving aggressively in the direction of advanced active safety. Dedicated short-range communication (DSRC) is a key enabling technology for the next generation of communication-based safety applications. One aspect of vehicular safety communication is the routine broadcast of messages among all equipped vehicles. Therefore, channel congestion control and broadcast performance improvement are of particular concern and need to be addressed in the overall protocol design. Furthermore, the explicit multichannel nature of DSRC necessitates a concurrent multichannel operational scheme for safety and non-safety applications. This article provides an overview of DSRC based vehicular safety communications and proposes a coherent set of protocols to address these requirements

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Wireless Communications, IEEE  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 5 )