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Local End-to-End Paths for Low Latency Vehicular Communication

Apostolos Kousaridas; Chan Zhou;
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  • Published: 26 Jul 2018
Automated Driving is expected to contribute to various factors that affect our daily life, while bringing new business and technological challenges for various stakeholders involved. The 5G cellular networks need to be redesigned by optimizing time consuming functions both at the control and the user plane to support the demanding performance requirements that automated driving sets for the communication layer. This paper proposes the evolution of the Radio Access Network, taking into account the localised nature of the vehicular traffic. The concept of local end-to-end data paths over the cellular (Uu) interface is described, while new methods and signaling are...
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free text keywords: vehicular communications, localised traffic, wireless networks, cellular networks, low latency, 5G, Cellular communication, Latency (engineering), Cellular network, Base station, Core network, Computer network, business.industry, business, Radio access network, Quality of service, Computer science, Unicast
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Fifth Generation Communication Automotive Research and innovation
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 761510
  • Funding stream: H2020 | RIA
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