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Explain the CSMA/CA principle

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CSMA/CA = Carrier Sense Multiple Access / Collision Avoidance

Listen to the channel before starting transmission. Transmission is only started if channel is free. 

  • 1-persistent: Transmit as soon as channel gets free
  • Non-persistent: If channel is free transmit immediately, else wait random time
  • p-persistant: If channel is free transmit with probability p or wait with probability (1-p) 


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What are typical applications based on CAM?

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CAM = Cooperative Awareness Message

- Intersection assis

- Slow vehicle warning

- Blind spot detection

- Connected ACC

- Automatic driving

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Which limitations have the free-space model and the two-way model

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Free-space model

calculation based on direct path

- inaccurate in rural area

Two-way model

Additionally consider reflection off ground and hight of antenna.

Leads to constructive and destructive interference based on distance.


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What are the advantages of C-ACC over ACC?

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- Higher accuracy control of vehicle following gap

- Significantly faster responses to speed changes by observing multiple forward vehicles

- Early detection of cut-ins

- Cooperative adaption of speed to increase traffic volume

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Which factors influence the communication range?

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- Required packet reception success rate by application

- System (modulation & coding)

- Channel characteristics

- Interference (packet collisions)

- Receiver (sensitivity)

- Transmission power

- Antenna and vehicle body

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What are typical effects influencing the propagation of electromagnetic waves?

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  • Free-space path loss 
    • no obstruction
    • attenuation dependent on distance
  • Reflection
    • change in direction of wave
    • vehicles, building, street signs, ...
  • Diffraction
    • waves propagated around object
    • vehicles, buildings, ...
  • Scattering
    • wave encountering object with rough surface
  • Penetration
    • wave penetrates through material
    • window, vegetation, ...
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What are typical applications based on infrastructure messages?

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- Green light optimal speed advisory

- Signal violation warning

- Remaining red and green traffic times

- Roadworks information

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Which factors influence the free-space path loss?

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loss is

  • quadratic with distance
  • quadratic with frequency (antenna effectivity)
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How do you expect the free-space transmission range for commercial Wi-Fi at 2.4 GHz in comparison to 5.9 GHz?

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2.4 GHz has higher range since 5.9 GHz has higher frequency and therefore higher loss.

~ double frequency ➔ 6 dB higher loss

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Explain the parameters of statistical channel models

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  • Path loss (free space, ...)
  • Fading statistics (small-scale) fluctuations in the received power due to interference
  • Fading statistics (large scale) fluctuations due to obstructions in path
  • Delay spread - Average power delivered by multi path components
  • Doppler spread - Widening of spectrum due to different Doppler effects caused by multi path components


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What is the principle of link budget calculation?

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  • Starting with the output power adding all the changes in power gain or loss in transmitter, channel and receiver. The result is the receive power.
  • Calculate noise power based on temperature and bandwidth.
  • Calculate signal to noise ration based on receive power and noise power.
  • Subtract receiver noise from SNR

Based on SNR packet error rate for given modulation sheme can be found in charts.


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What are the main differences between CAM and DENM?

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CAM

  • sent always
  • contains general information about vehicle

DENM

  • sent only when hazard occurs
  • contains specific information about hazard
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Q:

Explain the CSMA/CA principle

A:

CSMA/CA = Carrier Sense Multiple Access / Collision Avoidance

Listen to the channel before starting transmission. Transmission is only started if channel is free. 

  • 1-persistent: Transmit as soon as channel gets free
  • Non-persistent: If channel is free transmit immediately, else wait random time
  • p-persistant: If channel is free transmit with probability p or wait with probability (1-p) 


Q:

What are typical applications based on CAM?

A:

CAM = Cooperative Awareness Message

- Intersection assis

- Slow vehicle warning

- Blind spot detection

- Connected ACC

- Automatic driving

Q:

Which limitations have the free-space model and the two-way model

A:

Free-space model

calculation based on direct path

- inaccurate in rural area

Two-way model

Additionally consider reflection off ground and hight of antenna.

Leads to constructive and destructive interference based on distance.


Q:

What are the advantages of C-ACC over ACC?

A:

- Higher accuracy control of vehicle following gap

- Significantly faster responses to speed changes by observing multiple forward vehicles

- Early detection of cut-ins

- Cooperative adaption of speed to increase traffic volume

Q:

Which factors influence the communication range?

A:

- Required packet reception success rate by application

- System (modulation & coding)

- Channel characteristics

- Interference (packet collisions)

- Receiver (sensitivity)

- Transmission power

- Antenna and vehicle body

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Q:

What are typical effects influencing the propagation of electromagnetic waves?

A:
  • Free-space path loss 
    • no obstruction
    • attenuation dependent on distance
  • Reflection
    • change in direction of wave
    • vehicles, building, street signs, ...
  • Diffraction
    • waves propagated around object
    • vehicles, buildings, ...
  • Scattering
    • wave encountering object with rough surface
  • Penetration
    • wave penetrates through material
    • window, vegetation, ...
Q:

What are typical applications based on infrastructure messages?

A:

- Green light optimal speed advisory

- Signal violation warning

- Remaining red and green traffic times

- Roadworks information

Q:

Which factors influence the free-space path loss?

A:

loss is

  • quadratic with distance
  • quadratic with frequency (antenna effectivity)
Q:

How do you expect the free-space transmission range for commercial Wi-Fi at 2.4 GHz in comparison to 5.9 GHz?

A:

2.4 GHz has higher range since 5.9 GHz has higher frequency and therefore higher loss.

~ double frequency ➔ 6 dB higher loss

Q:

Explain the parameters of statistical channel models

A:
  • Path loss (free space, ...)
  • Fading statistics (small-scale) fluctuations in the received power due to interference
  • Fading statistics (large scale) fluctuations due to obstructions in path
  • Delay spread - Average power delivered by multi path components
  • Doppler spread - Widening of spectrum due to different Doppler effects caused by multi path components


Q:

What is the principle of link budget calculation?

A:
  • Starting with the output power adding all the changes in power gain or loss in transmitter, channel and receiver. The result is the receive power.
  • Calculate noise power based on temperature and bandwidth.
  • Calculate signal to noise ration based on receive power and noise power.
  • Subtract receiver noise from SNR

Based on SNR packet error rate for given modulation sheme can be found in charts.


Q:

What are the main differences between CAM and DENM?

A:

CAM

  • sent always
  • contains general information about vehicle

DENM

  • sent only when hazard occurs
  • contains specific information about hazard
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