IEEE 802.11p Empirical Performance Model from Evaluations on Test Tracks

Abstract : IEEE 802.11p is the new standard for intervehicular communications (IVC) using the 5.9 GHz frequency band; it is planned to be widely deployed to enable cooperative systems. 802.11p uses and performance have been studied theoretically and in simulations over the past years. Unfortunately, many of these results have not been confirmed by on-tracks experimentation. In this paper, we describe field trials of 802.11p technology with our test vehicles; metrics such as maximum range, latency and frame loss are examined. Then, we propose a detailed modelisation of 802.11p that can be used to accurately simulate its performance within Cooperative Systems (CS) applications.
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Sébastien Demmel, Alain Lambert, Dominique Gruyer, Grégoire Larue, Andry Rakotonirainy. IEEE 802.11p Empirical Performance Model from Evaluations on Test Tracks. journal of networks, 2014, 9 (6), pp 1485-1495. ⟨10.4304/jnw.9.6.1485-1495⟩. ⟨hal-01071831⟩

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