Category: Publications

From IEEE OJVT: Emerging Tech for EVs and HEVs

14 January, 2022 | Publications

Christopher H. T. Lee, Wei Hua, Teng Long, Chaoqiang Jiang, and Lakshmi Varaha Iyer In this paper, the key research topics in area of EVs/HEVs, namely electrical machines, electrochemical energy sources, wireless charging infrastructure, and latest EV/HEV models, are covered. Full title—A Critical Review of Emerging Technologies for Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Because of theRead More

From IEEE VTM: Terahertz Comms for 6G

14 January, 2022 | Publications

Alexandros-Apostolos A. Boulogeorgos, Josep Miquel Jornet, and Angeliki Alexiou Full title—Directional Terahertz Communication Systems for 6G: Fact Check Sustaining a flexible and ubiquitously available high-data-rate (high-DR) network that is capable of supporting a massive number of end users demands the exploitation of higher-frequency bands, such as the terahertz band (0.1–10 THz). However, the utilization ofRead More

From the IEEE TVT: Multi-connectivity in 5G and Beyond

14 January, 2022 | Publications

Sunghoon Jung and Saewoong Bahk Full title—Online Control of Traffic Split and Distributed Cell Group State Decisions for Multi-connectivity in 5G and Beyond The emergence of new radios (NRs) including mmWave in 5G necessitates multi-connectivity to enable a robust control plane as well as a faster user plane to satisfy stringent mobile service requirements. InRead More

Connected and Automated Vehicles – Homologation for CAV in Europe

20 December, 2021 | Publications

Katrin Sjoberg European policy makers plan to have a type approval framework in place for automation level 4 and level 5 vehicles in a year. The first attempt at legislation has been shared in the Motor Vehicles Working Group chaired by the European Commission. In this group, experts from industry on the topic are invited.Read More

Mobile Radio – Open Source Solutions for 5G

20 December, 2021 | Publications

Claudio Casetti As reported on 6 April 2021, Red Hat, Inc., announced a collaboration with NEC Corporation to deliver 5G solutions built on the Red Hat Kubernetes platform, OpenShift. With NEC’s 5G core network solutions running on Red Hat OpenShift, organizations will be able to capitalize on 5G across a broad set of use casesRead More

From the IEEE TVT: Blockchain System in Vehicular Networks

20 December, 2021 | Publications

Soojin Lee and Seung-Hyun Seo Full title—Design of a Two Layered Vehicle Reputation Blockchain System in Vehicular Networks Vehicles on the road, where an Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) is built, can share a lot of traffic information and drive more safely and efficiently through data sharing. Since incorrect information misleads vehicles and causes confusion inRead More

From the IEEE OJVT: ECC of Generalized Fading Channels with Mobility

20 December, 2021 | Publications

Valentine A. Aalo, Petros S. Bithas, and George Efthymoglou Full title—Ergodic Capacity of Generalized Fading Channels with Mobility We consider the ergodic channel capacity (ECC) of several generalized fading channels for a mobile user that moves inside a coverage area according to the random waypoint (RWP) mobility model. The ECC with RWP mobility provides theRead More

Connected and Automated Vehicles – Spectrum Reallocation in the US

29 November, 2021 | Publications

Katrin Sjoberg On 3 May 2021, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) published its final report and order, and further notice of proposed rulemaking, related to the proceedings on 5.9 GHz, starting the clock on the reallocation of 45 MHz of the 75 MHz spectrum to unlicensed devices, such as Wi-Fi. Given the date ofRead More

Mobile Radio – Beyond 100 GHz for 5G and 6G

29 November, 2021 | Publications

Claudio Casetti In a report dated 6 April 2021, Deutsche Telekom, Cosmote, and Ericsson provided details on trials at Deutsche Telekom’s Mobile Backhaul Service Center in Cosmote headquarters, Athens, where the partners successfully proved the viability of frequency bands beyond 100 GHz, such as W band, for multigigabit wireless backhaul capacities for 5G and 6G.Read More

From IEEE TVT: CAN Bus Reverse Engineering

29 November, 2021 | Mobile Communications, Publications

Alessio Buscemi, Ion Turcanu, German Castignani, Romain Crunelle, and Thomas Engel Full title—CANMatch: A Fully Automated Tool for CAN Bus Reverse Engineering based on Frame Matching Controller Area Network (CAN) is the most frequently used in-vehicle communication system in the automotive industry today. The communication inside the CAN bus is typically encoded using proprietary formatsRead More

From IEEE OJVT: Multi-speed Gearboxes for Battery EVs

29 November, 2021 | Publications, Vehicular Technology

Fabricio Alvares Machado, Phillip Kollmeyer, Daniel Goretti Barroso, and Ali Emadi Full title—Multi-speed Gearboxes for Battery Electric Vehicles: Current Status and Future Trends In the last decade, the automotive industry has undergone a paradigm shift towards electrification. Electric vehicles have become increasingly popular, but so far, they have almost solely utilized single-ratio gearboxes. The useRead More

Standards: New Initiatives on Ultrawideband

11 October, 2021 | Publications

Edward Au The IEEE 802.15 Working Group on Wireless Specialty Networks is a working group of the IEEE 802 LAN/ MAN Standards Committee of the IEEE Computer Society. It is chartered to develop interoperability standards addressing wireless networking for emerging Internet of Things applications. Among the many standards the working group has been developing, IEEERead More