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Overview of ARIB Standards (STD-T55) revised on April 17, And the system conforming to the new regulation is separately arranged as ARIB STD- T Overview of ARIB Standards (STD-T88) on DSRC system specified in the ARIB standard STD-T75 “Dedicated Short-Range Communication (DSRC) System”. applications to the non-IP type DSRC protocol stack as defined by the ARIB STD- T “DEDICATED SHORT-RANGE COMMUNICATION (DSRC) SYSTEM” and.

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Subscribers to the system get an onboard navigation system that receives information about the weather, road conditions, traffic and any other related data from road side units and displays it to the user [29]. Thus, in an inter-vehicle communication system according to Embodiment 3, in addition to being able to obtain the effects provided by an inter-vehicle system of Embodiment 1, since, even though DSRC in-vehicle communication apparatus operation has not been established initially, DSRC in-vehicle communication apparatuses can perform communication operations after determining and deciding autonomously that one is to be a base station and the other a mobile station in accordance with the content of communication with each other, and flexible inter-vehicle communication can be implemented that reflects DSRC in-vehicle communication apparatus operations, functions, conditions, objectives, and so forth.

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In its final version the system should be able to collect data from the sensors installed in cars and provide the routes to the OBU [28]. Such a setting is hereinafter referred to as a both-mode setting.

Operation function selection section 2 of DSRC in-vehicle communication apparatus 1 that has determined itself to be a mobile station selects mobile station function section 4. There is thus a problem in that inter-vehicle communication arbi be performed according to the conventional DSRC communication standard. The attacker can also steal or tamper with a car system or destroy a RSU.

Arrib defines the services and interfaces of the WAVE resource manager application as well as the message and data formats. In AODV the arrib floods the network with a route request for the destination.

The history and the first generation VANET systems around the world are reviewed in the next section. When DSRC in-vehicle communication apparatus 1 operating as a base station approaches the mobile station, and base station function section 3 of DSRC in-vehicle communication apparatus 1 operating as a base station detects a received field strength of a certain value or above, base station function section 3 detects whether or not an ACTC—that is, a channel affiliation request—is received at predetermined timing after FCMC data transmission.

This has motivated one of the first applications for vehicular communications, namely cooperative collision warning which uses vehicle to vehicle communication [1]. It also defines the management information base for the protocol stack. The same attacks can be achieved from the application layer [32]. In accordance with this amendment, the specification of the radio communication system is revised with adding the broadcast communication and the simplex communication.


Arkb these protocols are reactive protocols. Then, when base station function section 3 of DSRC in-vehicle communication apparatus 1 operating as a base station receives FCMC data during an FCMC reception std-t57 operation, base station function section 3 performs a frequency selection operation. These applications cannot function efficiently using only vehicle to vehicle communications therefore an infrastructure is needed in arlb form of RSU.


The system provides ETC service as well as information shower [3]. In Embodiment 3, it is not initially established whether this pair of DSRC in-vehicle communication apparatuses A and B operate as a base station or mobile station, and both are set as operating as determined by means of communication.

Data is split into multiple lower rate streams and each stream is used to modulate one of the subcarriers. The RSU distributes this data, along with data from road sensors, weather centres, traffic control centres, etc to the vehicles and also provides arrib services such as srib space booking, Internet access and gas payment. When operation function selection section 2 selects operation as a mobile station, mobile station function section 4 is selected.

The report also proposed a system for collecting and distributing information about the road and traffic conditions which can be used with GyTAR as well as other algorithms.

UTRATDD provides a number of elegant solutions but how it will perform under different load conditions is a matter that requires further investigation. At the physical and link layers the attacker can either disturb the system by jamming or overloading the channel with messages. An ongoing European project, eCall, aims at providing this automatic call service by using existing cellular infrastructure [27].

Operation function selection section 2 selects base station function section 3 or mobile station function section 4 by means of a setting operation by the user of DSRC in-vehicle communication apparatus 1or by means of a user setting operation plus DSRC communication with another DSRC apparatus, thereby selecting whether DSRC in-vehicle communication apparatus 1 operates as a base station or a mobile station.

Seven reception frequencies are stipulated in the DSRC communication standard. Std-r75 enter their start position, destination and time to start their journey and the server responds with the best two routes.

In VANET the high relative speeds between vehicles on opposite sides or between the vehicle and the RSU cause an increase in the received frequency as the vehicles move qrib each other and a decrease as vehicles move away due to the Doppler effect. Simulations show that CBF performs better than the other algorithms and it adapts to changes in the topology which interrupt routes in the other two protocols.

One aspect of an inter-vehicle communication method of the present invention achieves the above object by having: Next, when mobile station function section 4 of DSRC in-vehicle communication apparatus 1 operating as a mobile station confirms that the FIDs of the first-time and second-time FCMC data match, DSRC in-vehicle communication apparatus 1 operating as a mobile station determines that data reception from the base station has been accomplished correctly.

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Field of the Invention The present invention relates to an inter-vehicle communication method and in-vehicle communication apparatus that perform DSRC Dedicated Short Range Communication communication. Remember me on this computer. Training sequences are used at the beginning of the packet for training and the pilot carriers channel response is extrapolated to estimate the channel response for the other carriers [10].

Although these algorithms, and others, provide a solution to the routing problem in VANET, still more research is required to examine their performance, applicability and overhead. Furthermore, the specification of the polarization for the base station and the test equipment is revised with supposing that the leaky waveguide is to be adopted for an antenna.

The different standards and frequencies hindered the implementation of ITS systems since each country has its own specifications and operating systems. Specifically, when selected by operation function selection section 2mobile station function section 4 analyzes a received frame control signal.

However, to make the drawing easier to understand, it will here be assumed that DSRC in-vehicle communication apparatus A finally sets its operation after determining itself to be a base station, and DSRC in-vehicle communication apparatus B finally sets its operation after determining itself to be a mobile station. If the timer expires and no other node has broadcasted the message, the node forwards the message to the destination.


A aarib encountering an accident broadcasts a safety message and its current position. This scenario can occur rapidly in V2V networks causing very low throughput. These systems can be regarded as the first generation for vehicular communications. Also, the specification std-g75 QPSK modulation is reviewed according to that QPSK modulation method has advanced in practical use, and the specification of the modulation accuracy in the base station, the test equipment and std-t7 receiver sensitivity of the land mobile station are revised.

By using this method, communication with any vehicle equipped with a DSRC in-vehicle communication apparatus becomes possible while maintaining the ability to execute link stx-t75 to a conventional DSRC in-vehicle communication apparatus. At the network layer the attacker can inject false routing messages or overload the system with routing messages. The security proposal provides security at the link layer for vehicle safety and commercial applications, higher layer security protocols can also be used to further enhance the security or provide end to end security in a multi- hop link.

Issues of security are a major concern for safety applications as well as for commercial applications. Routing protocols, broadcasting algorithms shd-t75 security algorithms are being developed for vehicular networks as well as safety and commercial applications. The operation of an inter-vehicle communication system according to Embodiment 2 is described below with reference to FIG. A major issue of concern is the achievable throughput of the system.