The signal quality and message integrity of DSRC-based V2V applications that alert drivers of reduced visibility and dangerous road weather conditions are maintained even in foggy environments.

University researchers simulate the influence of fog density on the performance of Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC).

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The results of the simulation indicated that a DSRC signal with a wavelength of 0.05 meter will persist in its integrity and quality while propagated through a foggy environment under a wide range of fog conditions and following distances.

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DSRC Performance Analysis in Foggy Environment for Intelligent Vehicles System

Author: El-Said, Mostafa; Samah Mansour; and Alexander Arendsen

Published By: Grand Valley State University, Peer-Reviewed Publications

Source Date: 05/01/2017

URL: https://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/cispeerpubs/3/?utm_source=scholarworks.gvsu.edu%2Fcispeerpubs%2F3&utm_medium=PDF&utm_campaign=PDFCoverPages

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Lesson ID: 2019-00921