The emergence of new connectivity services for automated transportation marks a paradigm shift for the operation of wireless networks. Furthermore, the advent of blockchain technology promises to enable a plethora of smart mobility services, which are not contingent on any central authorities. Concepts such as distributed ledger require efficient and reliable data dissemination between vehicles. Traditional techniques based on Automatic Repeat Request (ARQ) are well known to scale poorly in all-cast networks due to the feedback implosion problem. Fountain and network coding techniques are arguably the most promising alternative solutions. In this paper we derive new analytical bounds on transmit message lengths and quantify bandwidth delay trade-offs for fountain coding based data dissemination for CAVs.
|Name||IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference|
|Conference||89th IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, VTC Spring 2019|
|Period||28/04/19 → 1/05/19|