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A study on the Analysis of Radio Characteristics about Communication Mode in a Road
Choi, Gi-Do; Lim, Ki-Taek; Cho, Hyung-Rae;
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 Abstract
Vehicular communications is system which can be applied for transmission of various safety messages or Intelligent Transportation Systems(ITS) applications by combining vehicle/road technology with Information and Communication Technology(ICT). In recent years, a variety of ITS services are available such as driving information, road conditions, V2X messages as well as navigation and traffic jams notification. In general, vehicular communications can be used for vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication by adopting IEEE802.11p/1609 standard which is commonly known as wireless access in vehicular environments. In this paper, WAVE communication standard based on the IEEE802.11p is explained and signal characteristics in WAVE communication is introduced. Also, The H/W and S/W characteristics in Road Side Station and On Board Equipment for the Vehicle to Everything communication are analyzed. Received Signal Strength which is power of receiving signal of communication equipment is measured in test road to estimate the real WAVE communication`s performance. It is shown that the implemented WAVE communication technology is satisfactory to provide ITS services.
 Keywords
WAVE;V2X;IEEE802.11p;RSS;Vehicular Communications;
 Language
Korean
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