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A First Investigation of V2X Communication for Radar Interference Mitigation

Abstract : As the number of vehicles equipped with radars sensors is rapidly increasing, the risk of harmful interference is rising to undesirable levels, especially since the radar waveform parameters are not regulated. Interference mitigation techniques are becoming very important for radars to operate properly in this complex environment. This article investigates the potential of V2X (Vehicle-to-Everything) technology as a side communication channel between vehicles, to coordinate usage of the radar bandwidth and thus avoid interference. Vehicles equipped with V2X technology can receive information about the upcoming radar waveform parameters of the vehicles in their vicinity, and adjust their own radar parameters accordingly, then inform them back by means of a V2X message. Simulation results reveal that V2X technology can help to significantly reduce interference levels and might thus be a promising companion communication channel for radar interference avoidance techniques.
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Sylvain Roudiere, Vincent Martinez, Daniel Delahaye. A First Investigation of V2X Communication for Radar Interference Mitigation. ITS World Congress 2021, Oct 2021, Hamburg, France. ⟨hal-03480266⟩



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