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Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks (VANETs) are currently in everyone's mouth when talking about future technologies that will be implemented in the automotive industry. In the last years the IEEE group has been working in the development of a standard for vehicular communications, this standard is the 802.11p. Most research work in this area has focused on vehicle-to-vehicle communication architecture, thus, more research is still necessary on the vehicle-to-infrastructure communication architecture. In this paper we present a performance study of the 802.11p technology for the development of applications in VANETs. This work simulates the IEEE 802.11p technology in a vehicular scenario. Results show that the IEEE 802.11p is an adequate technology for the development of several vehicular applications in terms of rate of packet loss, average end-to-end delay, and throughput.
CitationGuerrero, J. [et al.]. A performance study of the 802.11p standard for vehicular applications. A: VII International Conference on Intelligent Environments IE11. "Seventh Conference". IEEE, 2011, p. 165-170.
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