Doppler Effect Analysis and Modulation Code Derivation

E. A. Feukeu K. Djouani 1 A. Kurien
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Abstract : To reduce the risk of accidents, traffic, and other safety related problem's on public roads, the Wireless Access in Vehicular Environment (WAVE) standard was created. The WAVE also known as Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) at 5.9 GHz, is part of the Federal Highway Authority's Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (VII). This standard merely supports Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2 V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communications for emerging Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). Due to the high mobility of this network, nodes involved in communication suffer from intermittent signal degradation. This is partly due to Doppler Effect (DE). This paper investigates and analyses the DE over wide Doppler Shift (DS) ranges. The results of the analysis clearly demonstrate that, sustainable communication links is achievable with DS ranging up to 1400 Hz if an appropriate Modulation Code Scheme (MCS) can be selected. It also demonstrates that a BPSK Rate of 1/2 is not always a good candidate when combating DE.
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7th International Symposium on Intelligent System Techniques for Ad hoc and Wireless Sensor Networks, Aug 2012, Ontario, Canada. 10, pp.1032-1038, 2012
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E. A. Feukeu, K. Djouani, A. Kurien. Doppler Effect Analysis and Modulation Code Derivation. 7th International Symposium on Intelligent System Techniques for Ad hoc and Wireless Sensor Networks, Aug 2012, Ontario, Canada. 10, pp.1032-1038, 2012. 〈hal-00919747〉

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