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Adaptation of LTE-Downlink Physical Layer to V2X and T2X communications.

Abstract : In the field of transport, including land, some challenges to be faced. Ensuring passenger’s safety and security, overcoming Increasing traffic during their journey and providing real time multimedia information are examples of new interesting services for the end user. Long Term Evolution technology turns out to be very promising for addressing these challenges. In this paper, the feasibility of adapting the LTE-Downlink Physical Layer (LTE-PLD) is studied for Vehicle-to-Vehicle and Vehicle to Infrastructure (named V2X) and for Train to Train or Train to Infrastructure (named T2X) communications. The ultimate goal being to propose a complete system based into LTE technology for information exchange (V2X, T2X) high throughput in an environment of very high mobility. In this original approach, the performances are evaluated in terms of BER vs. SNR, PER vs. SNR and we take into account the propagation channel suitable for high speeds named the WINNER II channel Model. The model is refined and validated using measurements made within the WP1 channel Model work package in Europe and readapted in MATLAB/SIMULINK. The results obtained show that, in this case study, LTE is a potential good candidate for V2X and T2X communications
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Bouna Fall, Smail Niar, Atika Rivenq-Menhaj. Adaptation of LTE-Downlink Physical Layer to V2X and T2X communications.. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Sciences Publication 2015, 4 (10), pp.182-192. ⟨hal-03401206⟩

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