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OSEK OS Based Gateway for Interconnecting WAVE and CAN
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 Title & Authors
OSEK OS Based Gateway for Interconnecting WAVE and CAN
Kim, Ju-Young; Seo, Hyun-Soo; Lee, Sang-Sun;
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 Abstract
Recently, various services are provided by using WAVE protocol for communication among neighboring vehicles. And in order to operate stable system, the gateway for interconnecting in and out vehicle networks is required. In this paper, we propose gateway interconnecting WAVE and CAN protocol. The proposed gateway based on OSEK OS consists of a communication layer, a message translator layer and a message management layer. In the communication layer, WAVE communication part and CAN communication part are designed to communicate with WAVE and CAN. And in the message management layer, message management layer functions to store the received messages and check errors with the message. Based on these functions, experiment was conducted to analyze performance of the gateway with two scenarios such as transmitting periodically BSM as a message structure for safety services in vehicle-to-vehicle communications and responding to road side equipments requiring in-vehicle information. As a result of test, we verify our gateway performance by analyzing measured time in test scenarios.
 Keywords
WAVE;CAN;Gateway;OSEK OS;V2V communications;
 Language
Korean
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