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vukadinovic2018three


Vladimir Vukadinovic, Krzysztof Bakowski, Patrick Marsch, Ian Dexter Garcia, Hua Xu, Michal Sybis, Pawel Sroka, Krzysztof Wesolowski, David Lister and Ilaria Thibault, "3GPP C-V2X and IEEE 802.11p for Vehicle-to-Vehicle communications in highway platooning scenarios," Elsevier Ad Hoc Networks, vol. 74 (7), pp. 17-29, May 2018.

Abstract

The focus of this study is the performance of high-density truck platooning achieved with different wireless technologies for vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications. Platooning brings advantages such as lower fuel consumption and better traffic efficiency, which are maximized when the inter-vehicle spacing can be steadily maintained at a feasible minimum. This can be achieved with Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control, an automated cruise controller that relies on the complex interplay among V2V communications, on-board sensing, and actuation. This work provides a clear mapping between the performance of the V2V communications, which is measured in terms of latency and reliability, and of the platoon, which is measured in terms of achievable inter-truck spacing. Two families of radio technologies are compared: IEEE 802.11p and 3GPP Cellular-V2X (C-V2X). The C-V2X technology considered in this work is based on the Release 14 of the LTE standard, which includes two modes for V2V communications: Mode 3 (base-station-scheduled) and Mode 4 (autonomously-scheduled). Results show that C-V2X in both modes allows for shorter inter-truck distances than IEEE 802.11p due to more reliable communications performance under increasing congestion on the wireless channel caused by surrounding vehicles.

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Vladimir Vukadinovic
Krzysztof Bakowski
Patrick Marsch
Ian Dexter Garcia
Hua Xu
Michal Sybis
Pawel Sroka
Krzysztof Wesolowski
David Lister
Ilaria Thibault

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@article{vukadinovic2018three,
    author = {Vukadinovic, Vladimir and Bakowski, Krzysztof and Marsch, Patrick and Garcia, Ian Dexter and Xu, Hua and Sybis, Michal and Sroka, Pawel and Wesolowski, Krzysztof and Lister, David and Thibault, Ilaria},
    doi = {10.1016/j.adhoc.2018.03.004},
    issn = {1570-8705},
    journal = {Elsevier Ad Hoc Networks},
    month = {5},
    number = {7},
    pages = {17-29},
    publisher = {Elsevier},
    title = {{3GPP C-V2X and IEEE 802.11p for Vehicle-to-Vehicle communications in highway platooning scenarios}},
    volume = {74},
    year = {2018},
   }
   
   

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