Technical Program

IVC-L.1: Advanced PHY Techniques for Intelligent Vehicular Communications

Symposium: Signal Processing for Intelligent Vehicular Communications
Session Type: Lecture
Time: Tuesday, November 27, 11:00 - 12:30
Location: Magic Kingdom Ballroom 4
Session Chair: Dongliang Duan, University of Wyoming
 
11:00 - 11:18
IVC-L.1.1: OBSTRUCTED VEHICLE-TO-VEHICLE CHANNEL MODELING FOR INTELLIGENT VEHICULAR COMMUNICATIONS
         Ke Guan; Beijing Jiaotong University
         Bo Ai; Beijing Jiaotong University
         Danping He; Beijing Jiaotong University
         David W. Matolak; University of South Carolina
         Qi Wang; China Academy of Information and Communications Technology
         Zhangdui Zhong; Beijing Jiaotong University
         Thomas Kuerner; Technische Universitaet Braunschweig
 
11:18 - 11:36
IVC-L.1.2: TIME-SEQUENCE CHANNEL INFERENCE FOR BEAM ALIGNMENT IN VEHICULAR NETWORKS
         Sheng Chen; Tsinghua University
         Zhiyuan Jiang; Tsinghua University
         Sheng Zhou; Tsinghua University
         Zhisheng Niu; Tsinghua University
 
11:36 - 11:54
IVC-L.1.3: PILOT INSERTION WITH INDEX MODULATION FOR OFDM-BASED VEHICULAR COMMUNICATIONS
         Qiang Li; South China University of Technology
         Miaowen Wen; South China University of Technology
         Yuekai Zhang; HUAWEI Technologies Company Limited
         Jun Li; Guangzhou University
         Fangjiong Chen; South China University of Technology
         Fei Ji; South China University of Technology
 
11:54 - 12:12
IVC-L.1.4: IMPACTS OF CHANNEL IMPAIRMENTS AND IMPERFECTIONS ON OFDM SYSTEM PERFORMANCES
         Sharif Matin; Intel Inc.
         Laurence B. Milstein; University of California, San Diego
 
12:12 - 12:30
IVC-L.1.5: BEM-BASED UKF CHANNEL ESTIMATION FOR 5G-ENABLED V2V CHANNEL
         Xuanfan Shen; Center of Communication and TT&C, Chongqing University
         Yong Liao; Center of Communication and TT&C, Chongqing University
         Xuewu Dai; Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Northumbria University