[SEMINAR] November 12, 2021 – Viktor Torgunakov – Channel Bonding Techniques in IEEE 802.11bd Vehicular Networks
We are happy to invite you to the next talk of Moscow Telecommunication Seminar which will be held at 17.00 (MSK, UTC+03:00), on Friday, November 12, 2021, in Zoom. Click here to show the seminar start time in your timezone.
Title: Channel Bonding Techniques in IEEE 802.11bd Vehicular Networks
Speaker: Viktor Torgunakov, IITP RAS, MIPT.
Abstract: In recent years, Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) are actively developing. Their deployment is expected to reduce the number of road accidents and improve driving comfort. However, it is hardly possible to deploy full-fledged ITS without establishing vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communications. Nowadays, most deployed vehicular networks are based on the IEEE 802.11p standard. Studies show that networks based on the 11p standard can provide basic V2X applications if network traffic is moderate. However, these systems will unlikely ensure the work of modern V2X applications, which imply stricter requirements on frame transmission delays and reliability. Thus, IEEE 802.11 has started developing a new IEEE 802.11bd standard, which is expected to ensure advanced services. A significant novelty of the new standard is the usage of channel bonding techniques, which permit transmitting in wider channels and may noticeably boost the performance of 11bd networks. At the upcoming seminar, I will compare different channel bonding techniques that may be used in 11bd networks. Moreover, I will also discuss the main features of the 11p and 11bd standards.
Bio: Viktor Torgunakov received the B.S. degree in applied mathematics and physics from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, in 2021. Currently, he is a master’s student at MIPT and an Intern with the Wireless Network Laboratory, Institute for Information Transmission Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences. His research interests include vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communications and networking and next-generation Wi-Fi technologies.
The seminar is free and open.