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Title: System scenarios and technical requirements
Authors: Anwar, Khoirul
Khalife, Hicham
Komulainen, Petri
Ma, Yi
Mariani, Filippo
Matsumoto, Tad
Matthé, Maximilian
Natkaniec, Marek
Szott, Szymon
Wszolek, Jacek
Yi, Na
Zhou, Xiaobo
Keywords: distributed turbo code
lossy links
multi-hop communication
public safety
wireless networks
Issue Date: Apr-2014
Publisher: EU FP7 RESCUE project
Abstract: The RESCUE project – “Links-on-the-fly Technology for Robust, Efficient, and Smart Communication in Unpredictable Environments” – introduces a communication concept based on distributed turbo codes, targeted for multi-hop communication in mesh networks that are subject to dynamic topology changes. This deliverable describes two potential system scenarios, i.e., network layouts with communication applications, where the RESCUE system can in practice improve reliability and spectral efficiency. The first scenario is public safety operations that take place in areas where the communication infrastructure is partially inoperable due to a disaster such as an earthquake. The second scenario is vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication, where cars and other vehicles share, for example, safety-critical information about the road and traffic conditions with each other. The key functional requirements and design challenges for different protocol layers, from the physical to the network layer, are also listed. The document provides a framework for the research and validation work in the project, from analyses and simulations to field trials.
Language: eng
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10119/13791
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