Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments Technology
Theory, Simulation and Prototyping
2015, Approx. 700 p. 100 illus.
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Examines efficient simulation programs (written in Matlab and C/C++ codes) fitting to link level, system level and network level simulations of WAVE system
Describes executable and advanced baseband algorithms and codes upon Altera FPGA development kit
Covers WAVE technology and system covering theory, simulation and prototyping
This book provides fundamental theories, schemes and algorithms of WAVE system and describes relevant technologies covering all the aspects of mathematical analysis, software simulations, hardware implementations and field experiments. Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments Technology discusses WAVE technology and system ranging from dedicated vehicular channel model, OFDM transmission under diverse Doppler shifts conditions, high dynamic RF front ends, innovative baseband processing, link level, system level and network level simulations of WAVE systems, prototyping initiatives upon digital signal processing (DSP) and field programmable gate array (FPGA) development kits, and experiments on vehicular communications and networks upon WAVE systems.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Broadband Wireless Access - DSP: Digital Signal Processing - DSRC: Dedicated Short Range Communications - FPGA: Field Programmable Gate Array - IEEE 802.11p - ITS: Intelligent Transportation Systems - Inter-Vehicle Communications - Mobile Wireless Communications and Networks - OFDM: Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing - VANET: Vehicle Ad-hoc Network - WAVE: Wireless Access in Vehicular Environment
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