Multi-Node Vehicular Wireless Channels: Measurements, Large Vehicle Modeling, and Hardware-in-the-Loop Evaluation

  title={Multi-Node Vehicular Wireless Channels: Measurements, Large Vehicle Modeling, and Hardware-in-the-Loop Evaluation},
  author={Stefan Zelenbaba and Benjamin Rainer and Markus Hofer and David L{\"o}schenbrand and Ana Daki{\'c} and Laura Bernad{\'o} and Thomas Zemen},
  journal={IEEE Access},
Understanding multi-node vehicular wireless communication channels is crucial for future time-sensitive safety applications for human-piloted as well as partly autonomous vehicles on roads, railways and in the air. These highly dynamic wireless communication channels are characterized by rapidly changing channel statistics. In this paper we present the first fully mobile multi-node vehicular wireless channel sounding system, which is capable of simultaneously capturing multiple channel… 



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