Adaptive beaconing for congestion and awareness control in vehicular networks

@article{Sepulcre2014AdaptiveBF,
  title={Adaptive beaconing for congestion and awareness control in vehicular networks},
  author={Miguel Sepulcre and Javier Goz{\'a}lvez and Onur Altintas and Haris Kremo},
  journal={2014 IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC)},
  year={2014},
  pages={81-88}
}
Cooperative vehicular networks require the exchange of positioning and basic status information between neighboring nodes to support higher layer protocols and applications, including active safety applications. The information exchange is based on the periodic transmission/reception of 1-hop broadcast messages on the so called control channel. The dynamic adaptation of the transmission parameters of such messages will be key for the reliable and efficient operation of the system. On one hand… CONTINUE READING
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