Spectrum requirements for dedicated short range communications (DSRC) : public safety and commercial applications
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Spectrum requirements for dedicated short range communications (DSRC) : public safety and commercial applications

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    • OCLC Number:
      123491323
    • NTL Classification:
      NTL-INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS-INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS ; NTL-INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS-Emergency Management ;
    • Abstract:
      This is the third in a sequence of papers that present the factors involved in identifying the

      radio frequency spectrum required for both current and future DSRC operations. Since the

      proposed applications, signal characteristics and channel allocation have been evolving over the

      course of the spectrum requirement analysis these papers have represented the information

      available at the time of printing. The first paper was titled “Spectrum Requirements for Vehicle

      To Roadside Communications (VRC),” dated October 1995, and discussed the basic requirement

      to have a sufficient number of channels and spectrum available to accommodate all the potential

      applications of this communications method. The second paper was titled, “Updated Spectrum

      Requirements for Dedicated Short Range Communications formerly Vehicle To Roadside

      Communications (VRC ),” dated March 1996, and added more detail on the interference potential

      between applications and an environmental perspective. This current paper presents more

      information on applications, additional considerations in channel assignments, a change in

      potential signal characteristics, more information on channel bandwidth calculations and

      information on channel reuse distances. The development of the expectations for this

      communications area has matured sufficiently that this paper presents a firm estimate for DSRC

      spectrum requirements.

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