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On the Performance of IEEE 802.11p and LTE-V2V for the Cooperative Awareness of Connected Vehicles
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We have compared IEEE 802.11p and LTE-V2V as candidate technologies for cooperative awareness in vehicular networks. Expand
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Study of the Impact of PHY and MAC Parameters in 3GPP C-V2V Mode 4
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In the latest years, 3GPP has added short-range cellular-V2X to the features of LTE and 5G to allow vehicles, roadside devices, and vulnerable users to directly exchange information using the same chipset as for classical long-range connections. Expand
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Visible light communications as a complementary technology for the internet of vehicles
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The limits of visible light communication (VLC) for pure VVLNs are discussed and its potentiality when used as complementary wireless technology is highlighted.An algorithm (called congestion-adaptive VLC-DSRC) is proposed to jointly manage VLC and dedicated short range communications (DSRC). Expand
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Survey and Perspectives of Vehicular Wi-Fi versus Sidelink Cellular-V2X in the 5G Era
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The revolution of cooperative connected and automated vehicles is about to begin and a key milestone is the introduction of short range wireless communications between cars. Expand
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Performance comparison between IEEE 802.11p and LTE-V2V in-coverage and out-of-coverage for cooperative awareness
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We compare the performance of two technologies for cooperative awareness: IEEE 802.11p and LTE-V2V and evaluate their performance for the cooperative awareness service through simulations in a realistic highway scenario. Expand
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Partial Equalization for MC–CDMA Systems in Non-Ideally Estimated Correlated Fading
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We analyze the performance of the multiuser MC-CDMA downlink and derive the optimal PE parameter expression, which minimizes the BEP. Expand
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LTEV2Vsim: An LTE-V2V simulator for the investigation of resource allocation for cooperative awareness
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In this work we described an LTE-V2V-based dynamic simulator written in MATLAB. Expand
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Throughput versus fairness tradeoff analysis
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We propose a novel analytical framework for the assessment of the tradeoff between average throughput and fairness, under the assumptions that throughput increases as the allocated resources increase and that throughput do not depend on which resources are allocated. Expand
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A Survey on Infrastructure-Based Vehicular Networks
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This paper presents an in-depth survey of more than ten years of research on infrastructures, wireless access technologies and techniques, and deployment that make vehicular connectivity available. Expand
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An OFDMA-Based MAC Protocol for Next-Generation VANETs
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We proposed and evaluated a new MAC protocol named OBV, based on OFDMA, with the same configuration of IEEE 802.11p at the PHY layer. Expand
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