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Effect of Transmission Parameters on Efficiency and Reliability of V2V Networks

@inproceedings{Yim2010EffectOT,
  title={Effect of Transmission Parameters on Efficiency and Reliability of V2V Networks},
  author={Raymond M. H. Yim and Fei Ye and Subhasish Subhasish and Philip V. Orlik},
  year={2010}
}
Vehicle-to-vehicle communications is essential to create cooperative awareness amongst vehicles, improve roadway safety and roadway capacity, and reduce green house gas emissions. As vehicle density increases, the amount of cooperative awareness messages also increases, which in turn increases the amount of background interference in the wireless channel. Transmission under high degree of background interference reduces the reliability of the packet. Adjusting transmission parameters such as… 

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