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Innovative Computing ,Information and Control, International Conference on (2006)
Beijing, China
Aug. 30, 2006 to Sept. 1, 2006
ISBN: 0-7695-2616-0
pp: 445-448
Xiaojian Xu , Information Engineering University, P.R. China
Qingmin Meng , SouthEast University, P.R. China
Hanying Hu , Information Engineering University, P.R. China
A novel collaborative strategy employing two relays is developed for the multihop inter-vehicle communication (IVC) systems in this paper, which has great complexity degradation. Instead of the traditional terminal collaboration or relay tier spacetime coding (STC), a relay tier interaction is proposed. Considering time division multiple access (TDMA) scheme, two spatial adjacent vehicles are conjoined by an interaction radio link to create a virtual antenna array (VAA). Then the collaborative two-relay is integrated into a multihop IVC network mentioned above, which enables a single-antenna terminal to share its antenna with other terminals easily, and avoids the synchronization or other complicated requirements in terminal collaboration or STC systems. Furthermore, except the low complexity in hardware implementation, the proposed method also can enhance the performance of the IVC systems over both the quasi-static fading channel and time varying Rayleigh fading relay channel, which is verified through the Monte-Carlo simulations

X. Xu, H. Hu and Q. Meng, "A Novel Two-Relay Collaborative Multihop Inter-Vehicle Communication Systems," First International Conference on Innovative Computing, Information and Control(ICICIC), Beijing, 2006, pp. 445-448.
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