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October 15, 2014

Mtg: Vehicular Communications and Networks Employing Cognitive Radio

by @ 9:19 am. Filed under ALL, Communications, Electronics Design, Semiconductors

TUESDAY October 28, 2014
SCV Vehicular Technology Chapter
– new features, ubiquitous, bandwidth, Dynamic Spectrum Access …
Speaker: Alexander M Wyglinski, PhD, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, IEEE Senior Member & VTS Distinguished Lecturer
Time: Networking and light lunch at 11:30 AM; Presentation at 12:00 PM
Cost: none ($5 more after 10/27)
Place: TI Conference Center Auditorium (Building E), 2900 Semiconductor Dr, Santa Clara
RSVP: from website

Vehicular networking possesses significant potential for enabling diverse applications associated with traffic safety, traffic efficiency and information provisioning.  As the automotive sector continues to evolve and electronic devices become smaller and more powerful, new features are being introduced into the next generation of vehicles. Consequently, we can expect that vehicular communications will become ubiquitous in the foreseeable future, resulting in a significant increase in the bandwidth required by various applications.  However, the issue of wireless spectrum scarcity presently faced by modern society may impose limitations on the amount of bandwidth available to support these vehicular networking applications, thus potentially inhibiting growth in this sector.  For generic wireless applications, one solution that has been proposed to remedy the wireless spectrum scarcity issue is the Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA) paradigm, where secondary user wireless applications temporarily â??borrowâ? unoccupied wireless bandwidth while simultaneously minimizing their interference to nearby primary user transmissions.  In this presentation, an extension of the DSA paradigm to a vehicular transmission environment, referred to as Vehicular DSA or VDSA, will be presented along with the latest research developments and findings.


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