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Bidirectional Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication and Ranging Systems with Spread Spectrum Techniques Using Laser Radar and Visible Light
Akira John SUZUKI Kiyoshi MIZUI
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
Publication Date: 2017/05/01
Online ISSN: 1745-1337
Type of Manuscript: PAPER
Category: Intelligent Transport System
ITS, vehicle-to-vehicle communication, Ranging, Visible Light Communication, spread spectrum,
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In autonomous vehicles, driving in traffic poses significant challenges in vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication and ranging. Currently interest centers on enhanced V2V communication with multi-sensor and cooperative approaches. In this paper we propose a novel bidirectional Laser Radar Visible Light Bidirectional Communication Boomerang System (LRVLB-ComBo). LRVLB-ComBo affords nuanced real-time two-way V2V communication as a basis for complex but reliable decision-making. Our approach involves combining existing automotive laser radar with visible light boomerang systems using THSS techniques. System simulations were performed using a random mix of extraneous interference pulse to evaluate system sensitivity to noise. Results suggest that LRVLB-ComBo is a viable two-way V2V communication system with increased ranging accuracy, enabling provision of detailed bidirectional data exchange for ITS precision, energy efficiency and safety.