2016-04-20Konferenzveröffentlichung DOI: 10.18452/1439
Impact of a Three Dimensional Environment to Inter-vehicle Connectivity
Developing non-safety applications, such as Web surfing and social network, for inter-vehicle networks requires a reliable and stable connectivity among vehicles. One challenge to reach such a reliable and stable connectivity is the road in a large city environment, as it appears in a three dimensional topology (i.e. a road with overpasses). These situations lead potentially to restricted connectivity since with respect to propagation vehicles are driven on different road levels, which can well form obstacles such that the connectivity among vehicles is disturbed. This paper addresses specifically the three dimensional topology of roads in terms of a level environment model and investigates the impact of various height of overpass between two communicating vehicles.
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