802.11p

802.11p

An IEEE specification that extends the 802.11 standard to automobiles. As part of a dedicated short range communications (DSRC) system, 802.11p operates in the 5.9 GHz band and deals with roaming from cell to cell in a moving vehicle. See V2X and 802.11.
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In this paper, we propose then a novel CAC algorithm that provides the desired throughput guarantees on the basis of the vehicle density and the nodes' transmission range in 802.11p vehicular ad hoc networks.
IEEE 802.11p [2] is specifically designed to support vehicular network applications, which defines the general framework for multichannel management.
The base for WAVE is IEEE 802.11p standard draft, which together with IEEE 1609.1/2/3/4 describes inter-vehicle communication.
IEEE 1609.4 specifies the extension to the IEEE 802.11p medium access control (MAC) for multi-channel operations [1].
To support ITS, the IEEE 802.11p Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) [1] has been standardized for Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments (WAVE), including Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I).
In this paper, the single-carrier combined with the frequency domain equalizer (SC-FDE) is utilized as an alternative to the OFDM over the IEEE 802.11p uplink vehicular channels.
Liu, "Performance and reliability analysis of IEEE 802.11p safety communication in a highway environment," IEEE Transactions on Vehicular technology, vol.
IEEE 802.11p and IEEE 1609.x protocol family have been widely accepted standards for VANET.
In [20], application-level control of the message transmission phase is suggested rather than 802.11p MAC, when frequency adaptation is not allowed due to the application requirement.