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karimnia2014improving


Abdollah Karimnia and Saleh Yousefi, "Improving broadcast reliability in IEEE 802.11p/1609.4 standard," Proceedings of 7th International Symposium on Telecommunications (IST 2014), September 2014, pp. 1189-1194.

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(SCH), IEEE 802.11p/1609.4 standard is based on a multichannel system consisting of multiple service channels and window, a control channel (CCH). Most messages broadcast in the CCH belong to safety application that must be received with high reliability by all vehicles. This paper proposes a novel mechanism based on which the size of the contention and traffic, the time interval of the CCH is tuned adaptively according to the vehicle and satisfactory, the channel load. The proposed mechanism sets an adequate CCH duration such that the Packet Reception Probability (PRP) of CCH channel remains and standards, also saves a sufficient amount of bandwidth for SCH usages. Extensive simulations with Veins simulator show that the proposed mechanism outperforms the original WAVE and standard., also is less aggressive is extending CCH duration compared to previous enhancement of WAVE

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Abdollah Karimnia
Saleh Yousefi

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@inproceedings{karimnia2014improving,
    author = {Karimnia, Abdollah and Yousefi, Saleh},
    title = {{Improving broadcast reliability in IEEE 802.11p/1609.4 standard}},
    booktitle = {7th International Symposium on Telecommunications (IST 2014)},
    pages = {1189-1194},
    keywords = {Algorithm design and analysis;Heuristic algorithms;Reliability;Safety;Standards;Switches;Vehicles;Broadcast;CCH;Contention Window;IEEE802.11p/1609.4;SCH;Veins;WAVE},
    year = {2014},
    month = {September},
    doi = {10.1109/ISTEL.2014.7000884},
   }
   
   

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