Open access peer-reviewed Edited volume

Advances in Vehicular Networking Technologies

This book provides an insight on both the challenges and the technological solutions of several approaches, which allow connecting vehicles between each other and with the network. It underlines the trends on networking capabilities and their issues, further focusing on the MAC and Physical layer challenges. Ranging from the advances on radio access technologies to intelligent mechanisms deployed to enhance cooperative communications, cognitive radio and multiple antenna systems have been given particular highlight.

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Advances in Vehicular Networking TechnologiesEdited by Miguel Almeida

Published: April 11th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/624

ISBN: 978-953-307-241-8

Copyright year: 2011

Books open for chapter submissions

61228 Total Chapter Downloads

15 Crossref Citations

20 Web of Science Citations

30 Dimensions Citations

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1. Seamless Connectivity Techniques in Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks

By Anna Maria Vegni, Tiziano Inzerilli and Roberto Cusani

2549

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2. Asynchronous Cooperative Protocols for Inter-vehicle Communications

By Sarmad Sohaib and Daniel K. C. So

1342

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3. Efficient Information Dissemination in VANETs

By Boto Bako and Michael Weber

3250

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4. Reference Measurement Platforms for Localisation in Ground Transportation

By Uwe Becker

1106

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5. Coupling Activity and Performance Management with Mobility in Vehicular Networks

By Miguel Almeida and Susana Sargento

1285

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6. Ultra-Wideband Automotive Radar

By Akihiro Kajiwara

5700

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7. An Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Ad Hoc Sensor Network for Real-time Indoor Localization of Emergency Responders

By Anthony Lo, Alexander Yarovoy, Timothy Bauge, Mark Russell, Dave Harmer and Birgit Kull

1484

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8. Hybrid Access Techniques for Densely Populated Wireless Local Area Networks

By J. Alonso-Zárate, C. Crespo, Ch. Verikoukis and L. Alonso

1805

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9. Hybrid Cooperation Techniques

By Emilio Calvanese Strinati and Luc Maret

980

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10. Adaptative Rate Issues in the WLAN Environment

By Jerome Galtier

1170

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11. An Overview of DSA via Multi-Channel MAC Protocols

By Rodrigo Soulé de Castro, Philippe Godlewski and Philippe Martins

2198

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12. Distance Estimation based on 802.11 RTS/CTS Mechanism for Indoor Localization

By Alfonso Bahillo, Patricia Fernández, Javier Prieto, Santiago Mazuelas, Rubén M. Lorenzo and Evaristo J. Abril

2591

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13. Data Forwarding in Wireless Relay Networks

By Tzu-Ming Lin, Wen-Tsuen Chen and Shiao-Li Tsao

1408

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14. Experiments of In-Vehicle Power Line Communications

By Fabienne Nouvel, Philippe Tanguy, S. Pillement and H.M. Pham

4242

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15. Kinesthetic Cues that Lead the Way

By Tomohiro Amemiya

2093

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16. Technological Trends of Antennas in Cars

By John R. Ojha, René Marklein and Ian Widjaja

2512

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17. Link Layer Coding for DVB-S2 Interactive Satellite Services to Trains

By Ho-Jin Lee, Pansoo Kim, Balazs Matuz, Gianluigi Liva, Cristina Parraga Niebla, Nuria Riera Dıaz and Sandro Scalise

1475

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18. Mobility Aspects of Physical Layer in Future Generation Wireless Networks

By Asad Mehmood and Abbas Mohammed

2286

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19. Verifying 3G License Coverage Requirements

By Claes Beckman

1954

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20. Inter-cell Interference Mitigation for Mobile Communication System

By Xiaodong Xu, Hui Zhang and Qiang Wang

3726

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21. Novel Co-Channel Interference Signalling for User Scheduling in Cellular SDMA-TDD Networks

By Rami Abu-alhiga and Harald Haas

1502

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22. Demodulation Reference Signal Design and Channel Estimation for LTE-Advanced Uplink

By Xiaolin Hou and Hidetoshi Kayama

14570

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