Application Note
Intelligent Transportation Systems Using IEEE 802.11p

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For several years, automobile makers and government agencies have sought ways to improve safety on roadways and effectively manage traffic flow. As wireless communication systems are advancing, the vision of automobiles talking to each other and to roadside units is becoming a reality. These planned automotive wireless communication systems are known as ITS (Intelligent Transportation System). This paper will provide an overview of the current status of the ITS worldwide with a focus on the IEEE 802.11p PHY. Additionally, the paper provides information on test and measurement solutions for devices and components used in ITS.

What You’ll Learn:

  • ITS: A Global Overview
  • US Specifications for ITS
  • EU Specifications for ITS
  • Japan Specifications for ITS
  • ITS Channel Plans
  • IEEE 802.11p
  • IEEE 802.11p Physical Layer
  • Changes in 802.11p Transmitter and Receiver Specifications
  • 802.11p Measurements
  • 802.11p Transmitter Tests
  • 802.11p Modulation Accuracy Measurements
  • 802.11p Spectrum Quality
  • 802.11p Spectrum Emission Mask
  • Transmit Center Frequency and Symbol Clock Tolerance
  • 802.11p Receiver Tests
  • Receiver Minimum input sensitivity
  • Receiver Maximum input Level
  • Adjacent and Nonadjacent channel rejection
  • Clear Channel Assessment (CCA)
  • 802.11p Receiver Tests under Fading Conditions

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