Yay! My paper A Systematic Study on the Impact of Noise and OFDM Interference on IEEE 802.11p was accepted for the IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference 2017.
The paper is about an experimental study that compares the impact of noise and interference on IEEE 802.11p. Whether there is a significant difference between noise and interference is very relevant for networks simulations, which often use very simplistic simulation models for the physical layer.
If you are interested, the paper is available here, the code for the GNU Radio simulations is available on GitHub, and the modifications of the WiFi driver, will soon be available on the project website.
It’s also the first paper of my bachelor student Fabian Missbrenner. I hope there’s more to come from him :-)
Bastian Bloessl, Florian Klingler, Fabian Missbrenner and Christoph Sommer, “A Systematic Study on the Impact of Noise and OFDM Interference on IEEE 802.11p,” Proceedings of 9th IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC 2017), Torino, Italy, November 2017, pp. 287-290. [DOI, BibTeX, PDF and Details…]