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eckhoff2012multichannel


David Eckhoff and Christoph Sommer, "A Multi-Channel IEEE 1609.4 and 802.11p EDCA Model for the Veins Framework," Proceedings of 5th ACM/ICST International Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques for Communications, Networks and Systems (SIMUTools 2012): 5th ACM/ICST International Workshop on OMNeT++ (OMNeT++ 2012), Poster Session, Desenzano, Italy, March 2012.

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Increasing the realism and thereby the explanatory power of Inter-Vehicle Communication (IVC) simulation is an ongoing research topic in the Car-2-X community. We contribute to this trend by extending the well-established Veins Framework for the OMNeT++ simulator by a multi-channel simulation model for IEEE 1609.4/802.11p enabling simulative studies to fully capture the distinctive properties of the envisioned radio technology. With this effort we help overcome the problem of using general or adjusted MAC/PHY models which could be shown to produce deviating results and thus decrease the validity of IVC simulations.

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@inproceedings{eckhoff2012multichannel,
    author = {Eckhoff, David and Sommer, Christoph},
    title = {{A Multi-Channel IEEE 1609.4 and 802.11p EDCA Model for the Veins Framework}},
    booktitle = {5th ACM/ICST International Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques for Communications, Networks and Systems (SIMUTools 2012): 5th ACM/ICST International Workshop on OMNeT++ (OMNeT++ 2012), Poster Session},
    year = {2012},
    month = {March},
    address = {Desenzano, Italy},
    publisher = {ACM},
   }
   
   

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