LTE for vehicular networking: a survey

  title={LTE for vehicular networking: a survey},
  author={Giuseppe Araniti and Claudia Campolo and Massimo Condoluci and Antonio Iera and Antonella Molinaro},
  journal={IEEE Communications Magazine},
A wide variety of applications for road safety and traffic efficiency are intended to answer the urgent call for smarter, greener, and safer mobility. Although IEEE 802.11p is considered the de facto standard for on-the-road communications, stakeholders have recently started to investigate the usability of LTE to support vehicular applications. In this article, related work and running standardization activities are scanned and critically discussed; strengths and weaknesses of LTE as an… 

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