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A radio-on-fiber based millimeter-wave road-vehicle communication system by a code division multiplexing radio transmission scheme

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3 Author(s)
Harada, H. ; Commun. Res. Lab., Independent Admin. Inst., Kanagawa, Japan ; Sato, K. ; Fujise, M.

A radio-on-fiber (ROF) based road-vehicle communication system is described in which several radio base stations (RBSs) communicate with a control station (CS) over ROF connections. The RBSs use the same millimeter-wave frequency band to communicate with mobile stations (MSs). The result is one large virtual cellular zone encompassing several RBSs controlled by one CS. However, in one virtual cellular zone, interference arises at the bound between adjacent cellular zones because the RBSs in each zone transmit their signals using the same frequency band. To minimize this interference, code division multiplexing is used to modulate the signals sent between the MSs and RBSs. Testing using an experimental course demonstrated that by using this system, we can achieve an error-free continuous communication system with a maximum transmission rate of 4.608 Mbps

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Intelligent Transportation Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 4 )