V2V Resource Allocation Schemes for Non-safety Service in Cellular Vehicular Networks
Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication has been widely considered as a promising approach for delivering messages between vehicles. However, the highly dynamic topology caused by vehicle mobility makes V2V communication unreliable, especially in the case where the SINR at the receiver below a given threshold. To address the problem, we propose a resource allocation scheme for transmission non-safety messages in cellular vehicular networks. In this scheme, the instability of vehicular network topology has been taken into account. Furthermore, to make the SINR at the receiver under given constraints, distance prediction as well as extra resource allocation is adopted in the design of the scheme. Simulation results demonstrate that the proposed scheme greatly improves the wireless resource utilization.
KeywordsV2V communication Resource allocation Non-safety service Topology prediction
This work is supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grant No. 61374189 and the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities, China No. ZYGX2016J001.
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