Thomas Blazek

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System-level simulations have become an indispensable tool for predicting the behavior of wireless cellular systems. As exact link-level modeling is unfeasible due to its huge complexity, mathematical abstraction is required to obtain equivalent results by less complexity. A particular problem in such approaches is the modeling of multiple coherent(More)
Accurate simulations of Vehicle-to-Any communication networks at urban intersections need to be based on precise models. We approach this by analyzing the distribution of neighboring vehicles a communication node sees as a function of the distance to the closest intersection. Our analysis is based on real world map data from the city of Linz in Austria, and(More)
Accurate predictions of vehicular communication conditions are vital for the development of intelligent transport systems and services, both on link level through channel models, as well as packet error models on system level. In this paper we investigate simple, yet flexible tapped delay line channel models that capture the essential aspects of vehicular(More)
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