This book focuses on the most critical technical aspects of vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications. It covers the smart city concept and architecture and explains how V2V and V2I fit into it. It describes the wireless communication protocols for V2V and V2I. It then explains the hardware design process for vehicle communication transceiver and antenna systems. It explains next-generation wireless technologies and their requirements for vehicle communication protocols. Case studies provide the latest V2V and V2I commercial design details. Finally, it describes how to implement vehicle communication protocol from practical hardware design angle.

section 1|14 pages


chapter 1|12 pages

A Review on V2V Communication for Traffic Jam Management

ByMyounggyu Won

section 2|59 pages

V2X Routing

chapter 2|26 pages

Routing Protocols in V2V Communication

ByYao-Hua (Danny) Ho

chapter 3|31 pages

Cooperative Data Scheduling via V2V/V2I Communications in Software-Defined Vehicular Networks

ByKai Liu, Victor C. S. Lee, Sang H. Son, Joseph K. Y. Ng, Jiannong Cao, Hongwei Zhang

section 3|66 pages

V2X Network Types

chapter 4|15 pages

Application and Performance of CEN-DSRC to the Smart Tachograph

BySithamparanathan Kandeepan, Gianmarco Baldini

chapter 5|32 pages

Wi-Fi on the Wheels Modeling and Performance Evaluation

ByXi Chen

chapter 6|16 pages

IEEE 802.15.13-Compliant Visible Light Communications in Vehicular Networks

ByBugra Turan, Omer Narmanlioglu, Murat Uysal

section 4|31 pages

V2X Applications

chapter 7|24 pages

Toward Platoon-Aware Retiming of Traffic Lights in a Smart City

ByDan C. Marinescu, Ryan Florin, Stephan Olariu

chapter 8|5 pages

Messages for Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control Using V2V Communication in Real Traffic

ByXiao-Yun Lu, Steven E. Shladover, Aravind Kailas, Osman D. Altan

section 5|66 pages

Antennas for V2X

chapter 9|15 pages

MIMO in Vehicular Communication Networks: Channel Modeling, Cooperative Relaying, and Resource Allocation

ByChristos N. Efrem, Athanasios D. Panagopoulos

chapter 10|15 pages

Antenna Placement and Beam Direction Effects on V2V Communication Channels

ByMilad Mirzaee, Nischal Adhikari, Sima Noghanian

chapter 11|14 pages

The Fundamental Principles of Antenna Theory for V2I Deployments

ByJonathan B. Walker

section 7|60 pages


chapter 16|21 pages

WWW: World Wide Wheels—A Paradigm Shift for Transportation Systems via xG

ByAli Boyaci, Serhan Yarkan, Ali Riza Ekti, Muhammed Ali Aydin

chapter 17|24 pages

Exploiting Infrastructure-Coordinated Multichannel Scheme for Improving Channel Efficiency in V2V Communications

ByXiaohuan Li, Chunhai Li, Xin Tang, Rongbin Yao, Xiang Chen