Intelligent vehicle crash data analysis using software defined radio

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Abstract

The field of intelligent vehicles is growing rapidly worldwide, in terms of both the diversity of applications emerging, and the level of interest among traditional players in the automotive, truck, public transport, industrial, and military sectors. A number of communication technologies provide possible solutions to exchanging information. To understand the role of communication or to transform the information through software, a Software defined radio (SDR technique is developed. In the application of a SDR, the design of a transceiver needs to take into account of vehicle crash data in an unknown environment. It is possible to successfully identify an incoming data to have digital modulation type such as Phase Shift Key (PSK). With knowledge of the PSK modulation type of the incoming data, the transceiver is able to demodulation software algorithm in order to retrieve the transmitted information. The results are confirmed that the programmed SDR can transmit the generated crash data accurately.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)417-426
Number of pages10
JournalEuropean Journal of Scientific Research
Volume30
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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Intelligent Vehicle
Intelligent vehicle highway systems
Crash
Radio
Transceivers
Phase shift
radio
data analysis
Data analysis
Software
Modulation
software
Communication
Demodulation
Phase Shift
Trucks
communications technology
trucks
Motor Vehicles
communication

Keywords

  • Additive white gaussian noise
  • Digital signal processing
  • Phase shift modulation
  • Vehicle safety system

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