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Integrated space-enabled hybrid 5G-V2X communications link modeling

Integrated space-enabled hybrid 5G-V2X communications link modeling

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Vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication is the next innovative technology to transform the automotive industry. It implements the power of Internet of things (IoTs) connectivity and processing to improve the efficiency, performance, and safety of future vehicles. V2X enables vehicles to have a high awareness of the surrounding environmental factors, infrastructures, and other vehicles through the advanced sensing and communication technologies in place. Current communication platforms in place are not able to fully support the transmission of high priority safety critical data required to provide these services. Individually, the two main V2X architectures (DSRC and C-V2X) have limitations which inhibit them from fully supporting the V2X platform. As such, this chapter proposes the integration of 5G technology, which supports all types of communication technologies through the integration of reconfigurable devices and offers higher data rates and bandwidths than any preceding platform. The architecture proposed in the chapter is composed of three layers: DSR V2X for direct short-range communication; cellular V2X layer which will combine 5G cellular platform to provide backup communication when DSR V2X layer fails and multimedia capabilities; and satellite (SAT)-V2X which provides extra backhaul connectivity when both DSR and cellular V2X is unavailable. The system design, modeling, and simulation results yield a more reliable and sustainable V2X capacity for critical real-time vehicular communication applications.

Chapter Contents:

  • 49.1 Introduction
  • 49.2 Existing V2X communication networks and architectures
  • 49.2.1 DSRC topologies
  • 49.2.2 C-V2X topologies
  • 49.3 5G infrastructure
  • 49.4 Proposed hybrid DSRC-cellular 5G V2X platform overview
  • 49.5 V2X link budget analysis
  • 49.5.1 Signal attenuations
  • 49.5.2 Noise floor and SNR analysis
  • 49.6 Layer 1: DSRC link analysis
  • 49.6.1 Case 1: V2V stationary
  • 49.6.2 Case 2: V2V stationary and dynamic
  • 49.6.3 Analysis of the effects of vehicle motion on link performance
  • 49.7 Layer 3: integrated space-enabled vehicle to satellite communication
  • 49.8 Conclusion
  • Acknowledgments
  • References

Inspec keywords: 5G mobile communication; vehicular ad hoc networks; mobile radio; road safety; traffic engineering computing; cellular radio; Internet of Things; Internet

Other keywords: backup communication; preceding platform; direct short-range communication; vehicle-to-everything communication; real-time vehicular communication applications; 5G cellular platform; satellite-V2X; cellular V2X layer; communication technologies; automotive industry; DSR V2X layer; reconfigurable devices; integrated space-enabled hybrid 5G-V2X communications; high priority safety critical data

Subjects: Traffic engineering computing; Ubiquitous and pervasive computing; Mobile radio systems

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