New model to improve vehicle-to-vehicle communication

New model to improve vehicle-to-vehicle communication

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North Carolina: A team of researchers from the University of North Carolina is trying to develop a new system that relies on transmitting data via radio frequencies in a specific band to improve the clarity of vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication.

Researchers have found that understanding how the signal may be distorted allows one to design a signal that is less likely to become distorted in the first place. “We want to continue fine-tuning the model, but the next step is to incorporate this information into V2V technology to improve the reliability of V2V signals,” said Dr. Dan Stancil, head of North Carolina State University’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Researchers believe that the success of this model will ensure anti-collision driving on the busiest urban roads as all vehicles would know each-other’s location and speed.

Source: news.ncsu.edu