Ko-KOMP

Ko-KOMP

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Co-funded by: Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi)

Duration: May 2011 - November 2013

Topic: The subject of the Ko-KOMP project is the investigation of methods, components and tools that augment road safety. Ko-KOMP is one of three parts of the research initiative Ko-FAS that has the aim to set the basis for new cooperative road safety systems contributing to accident-free road traffic.

Wireless communication plays arguably the most important role in the dissemination of information among vehicles, creating the basis for cooperative systems. The HHI conducts fundamental investigations on the radio Car2X channel and Car2X radio communication systems based on the IEEE communication standard 802.11p.

Within the Ko-KOMP project, the HHI will enhance the HHI-Channel-Sounder from a high performance autonomous prototype to a robust and reliable radio channel measurement device. The HHI-Channel-Sounder will be used to conduct extensive Car2X radio channel measurements in specified use cases, which will be defined within the consortium on the basis of analysis of accident statistics. Using the measurement results, a reliable and use-case specific physically motivated statistical radio channel model will be parameterized and used for simulations of the Car2X communication system.

Publications

Modeling and Simulation of Small-Scale Fading for Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication Mahler, K., Paschalidis, P., Kortke, A. and Keusgen, W., Vehicular Networking Conference, 2010. VNC-2010. 2010 IEEE 2nd

Wideband Car-to-Car MIMO Radio Channel Measurements at 5.7 GHz in Typical Communication Scenarios Paschalidis, P., Kortke, A., Mahler, K., Peter, M., Wisotzki, M. and Keusgen, W., Vehicular Technology Conference, 2009. VTC2009-Fall. 2009 IEEE 70th

Statistical Evaluation of Multipath Component Lifetime in the Car-to-Car Channel at Urban Street Intersections Based on Geometrical Tracking Paschalidis, P., Mahler, K., Kortke, A., Peter, M. and Keusgen, W., Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Spring), 2012 IEEE 75th, pp. 1-5

Pathloss and Multipath Power Decay of the Wideband Car-to-Car Channel at 5.7 GHz Paschalidis, P., Mahler, K., Kortke, A., Peter, M. and Keusgen, W., Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Spring), 2011 IEEE 73rd DOI - 10.1109/VETECS.2011.5956721, pp. 1-5

2 x 2 MIMO Measurements of the Wideband Car-to-Car Channel at 5.7 GHz on Urban Street Intersections Paschalidis, P., Mahler, K., Kortke, A., Peter, M. and Keusgen, W., Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Spring), 2011 IEEE 74th, pp. 1-5

Statistical evaluation and modeling of the wideband Car-to-Car channel at 5.7 GHz Paschalidis, P., Mahler, K., Kortke, A., Peter, M., Wisotzki, M. and Keusgen, W., Electromagnetic Theory (EMTS), 2010 URSI International Symposium on, pp. 876-879

Investigation and Simulation of Car2X Communication for Cooperative Road Safety Systems Paschalidis, P., Mahler, K., Wisotzki, M. and Kortke, A., 8th International Workshop on Intelligent Transportation (WIT2011)

A Wideband Channel Sounder for Car-to-Car Radio Channel Measurements at 5.7 GHz and Results for an Urban Scenario Paschalidis, P., Wisotzki, M., Kortke, A., Keusgen, W. and Peter, M., Vehicular Technology Conference, 2008. VTC2008-Fall. 2008 IEEE 68th

Wideband Car-to-Car MIMO Radio Channel Measurements at 5.7 GHz and Issues Concerning Application-Oriented Systems Paschalidis, P., Wisotzki, M., Kortke, A., Peter, M. and Keusgen, W., International Conference on Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments, WAVE 2008, 1st, IEEE VTS