Dynamic Channel Coordination Schemes for IEEE 802.11p/1609 Vehicular Networks: A Survey

@article{Yoo2013DynamicCC,
  title={Dynamic Channel Coordination Schemes for IEEE 802.11p/1609 Vehicular Networks: A Survey},
  author={Hongseok Yoo and Dongkyun Kim},
  journal={IJDSN},
  year={2013},
  volume={9}
}
IEEE 802.11p/1609-based vehicular networks utilize a multichannel architecture to support vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-toinfrastructure communications. In the multi-channel architecture, the available channels in the 5GHz spectrum are divided into one control channel (CCH) and multiple service channels (SCHs). Multiple SCHs are defined for nonsafety data transfer, while the CCH is used to broadcast safety messages called beacons and control messages (i.e., service advertisement messages… CONTINUE READING
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