Lesson

Consider the spatial environment in which a wireless technology is planned to assure signal reception will be sufficient to support V2I applications.

Experience deploying DSRC and cellular communications in Oakland County, Michigan.


03/01/2013
Novi; Michigan; United States


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Lesson Learned

  • Identify areas with poor cellular signals. Even though the cellular signal was adequate for the field test, better reception would be needed for a larger deployment.
  • Consider line-of-sight design constraints. Early field testing of dedicated short-range communications (DSRC) technology was challenging because of the limitations the radios had when transmitting and receiving data. Trees interfered with DSRC radio signals.
  • Consider the effects of driver behavior. There may be a limited speed-range window in which a driver will have freedom to maneuver in traffic and comply with recommended intersection approach speeds.


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Source

Multipath Signal Phase and Timing Broadcast Project

Author: Robinson, Ralph; and Francois Dion

Published By: Michigan DOT

Source Date: 03/01/2013

Other Reference Number: Report No. UMTRI-2013-9

URL: http://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/bitstream/handle/2027.42/97024/102940.pdf?sequence=1

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Lesson ID: 2015-00719