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Cooperative collision warning using dedicated short range wireless communications

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Cooperative collision warning using dedicated short range wireless communications
The emergence of the 802.11a-based Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) standard and advances in mobile ad hoc networking create ample opportunity for supporting delay-critical vehicular safety applications in a secure, resource-efficient, and reliable manner. In this paper, we focus on the suitability of DSRC for a class of vehicular safety applications called Cooperative Collision Warning (CCW), where vehicles periodically broadcast short messages for the purposes of driver situational awareness and warning. First, we present latency and success probability results of Forward Collision Warning (FCW) applications over DSRC. Second, we explore two design issues that are highly relevant to CCW applications, namely performance trends with distance and potential avenues for broadcast enhancements. Simulation results reveal interesting insights and trade-offs related to application-perceived latency and packet success probability performance. For instance, we conjecture the existe...
Tamer A. ElBatt, Siddhartha K. Goel, Gavin Holland
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where MOBICOM
Authors Tamer A. ElBatt, Siddhartha K. Goel, Gavin Holland, Hariharan Krishnan, Jayendra S. Parikh
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