Introduction.

This is the second part of a longer course dedicated to vehicular communications. It covers fundamental aspects of radio network design, with specific reference to vehicular applications. Being only 30 hours, it provides only very basic insight. After an introduction to radio resource assignment, fading and interference issues and elementary countermeasures, the general focus is on recent/future radio standards for V2X (Vehicle-to-X) communications, like WAVE, LTE-V2V, 5G. The course will be integrated by seminars provided by companies/researchers of the vehicular ecosystem.


Course syllabus and preliminary schedule.

VC2018_Part2_syllabus_v1


Course material.

Slides are provided as a support tool. The instructor records the audio of all lectures, which are made available to students that missed a lecture, or need to go through it again.

The following links provide slides for the current A.Y. They might be uploaded before or after the classes.

IRN

The following links provide slides of previous A.Y. No major changes are expected.

TTN17

RRC17

TTF17

IMN17

RRA17

RNV17

 


Attendance.

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