Jui-Hung Chu

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—The IEEE 1609.4 standard has been proposed to provide multi-channel operations in wireless access for vehicular environments (WAVE), where all the channels are periodically synchronized into control and service intervals. The communication device in each vehicle will stay at the control channel for negotiation and contention during the control interval,(More)
For long term evolution-advanced (LTE-A) system, carrier aggregation (CA) allows LTE evolved Node B (eNB) and user equipment (UE) to access idle frequency spectrum to serve continuously growing traffic demands. To efficiently enhance network throughput, the concept of cognitive radio (CR) is adopted for LTE-A system to dynamically access opportunistic(More)
The IEEE 1609.4 standard has been proposed to provide multi-channel operations in wireless access for vehicular environments (WAVE), where all channels are periodically synchronized into control and service intervals. Communication device in each vehicle will stay at the control channel for negotiation and contention during the control interval, and(More)
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