5G-Enabled Vehicular Communications and Networking

 
 
Springer (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 9. November 2018
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  • IX, 177 Seiten
 
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978-3-030-02176-4 (ISBN)
 

This book investigates and reviews recent advanced techniques and important applications in vehicular communications and networking (VCN) from a novel perspective of the combination and integration of VCN and connected vehicles, which provides a significant scientific and technical support for future 5G-based VCN.

5G-Enabled Vehicular Communications and Networking introduces vehicular channel characteristics, reviews current channel modeling approaches, and then provides a new generic geometry-based stochastic modeling approach for vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communications. The investigation of vehicular channel measurements and modeling provides fundamental supports for the VCN system design. Then, this book investigates VCN-vehicle combination from PHY and MAC layers, respectively. As for the PHY layer, many advanced techniques that can be effectively applied in VCN to counter the PHY challenges are introduced, including novel ICI cancellation methods, index modulated OFDM, differential spatial modulation, and energy harvesting relaying.

As for the MAC layer, distributed and centralized MAC designs are analyzed and compared in terms of feasibility and availability. Specifically, distributed congestion control, D2D-enabled vehicular communications, and centralized data dissemination scheduling are elaborated, which can significantly improve the network performance in vehicular networks. Finally, considering VCN-vehicle integration, this book introduces several hot-topic applications in vehicular networks, including electric vehicles, distributed data storage, unmanned aerial vehicles, and security and privacy, which indicates the significance and development value of VCN-vehicle integration in future vehicular networks and our daily life.

The primary audience for this book includes professionals and researchers working in the field of vehicular communications, intelligent transportation systems (ITS), and Internet of vehicles (IoV). Advanced level students studying electrical engineering will also find this book useful as a secondary textbook for related courses.

1st ed. 2019
  • Englisch
  • Cham
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  • Schweiz
Springer International Publishing
  • 6
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  • 65 farbige Abbildungen, 6 s/w Abbildungen
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  • 6 schwarz-weiße und 65 farbige Abbildungen, Bibliographie
  • 8,27 MB
978-3-030-02176-4 (9783030021764)
10.1007/978-3-030-02176-4
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1. Introduction to 5G-Enabled VCN

1.1. Development of Connected Vehicles

1.2. Vehicular Communications and Networking (VCN)

1.3. Features and Challenges of 5G-Enabled VCN

2. Vehicular Channel Characteristics and Modeling

2.1. Recent Advances of Channel Measurements and Modeling

2.2. New Generic Geometry-Based Stochastic Modeling

2.3. Challenges and Open Issues

3. VCN-Vehicle Combination: Advanced PHY Techniques

3.1. Challenges for PHY Techniques in VCN

3.2. ICI Cancellation for OFDM

3.3. Index Modulated (IM-)OFDM

3.4. Differential Spatial Modulation

3.5. Energy Harvesting Relaying

4. VCN-Vehicle Combination: Effective MAC Designs

4.1. Challenges for MAC Designs in VCN

4.2. Distributed Congestion Control

4.3. D2D-Enabled Vehicular Communications

4.4. Centralized Data Dissemination Scheduling

5. VCN-Vehicle Integration: Applications

5.1. Electric Vehicles

5.2. Distributed Data Storage

5.3. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

5.4. Security and Privacy

6. Conclusions and Future Directions

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