I just came back from the IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference, where I presented a paper that compares the impact of noise and interference on IEEE 802.11p.
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…]
Bastian Bloessl just gave a talk about our paper titled "A Systematic Study on the Impact of Noise and OFDM Interference on IEEE 802.11p" at the 9th IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC 2017) in Torino, Italy.https://t.co/oi2TaF1HQe pic.twitter.com/xzaSo1gQM6— CCS Labs (@_CCSLabs) November 29, 2017
It was great to catch up with so many colleagues from Paderborn.
This year’s conference was all about C-V2X vs. IEEE 802.11p. It is really interesting to see how 3GPP/industry tries to push C-V2X. I think they are worried that the first wave of vehicular networks will use IEEE 802.11p, which could considerably delay the introduction of the cellular variant.