802.11p

802.11p a wireless technology extension to 802.11 standard designed for vehicular traffic and part of a dedicated short range communications (DSRC) system, which operates in the 5.9 GHz band and deals with roaming from cell to cell in a fast-moving vehicle. Using a modified 802.11a technology for North American cars and trucks, DSRC is designed for several applications. For example, ambulances can cause traffic lights down the road to change in their favor, and traffic congestion can be transmitted to automobile navigation systems.

Application Notes

BlueTooth

This Application Note explains the changes the 802.11p amendment makes to the 802.11-2007 standard and how to perform 802.11p measurements using Rohde & Schwarz 802.11-compliant test equipment.

WLAN802.11p Measurements for Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) DSRC

 

 

802.11p Test Solutions

R&S®FSV

The R&S®FSV is an exceptionally fast and versatile signal and spectrum analyzer for performance-oriented, cost-conscious users working in the development, production, installation and servicing of RF systems.

R&S®FSV Signal and Spectrum Analyzer

 

 

 

R&S®SMBV100A

The R&S®SMBV100A offers excellent RF performance along with very high output level and short setting times. At the same time, the R&S®SMBV100A can be equipped with an internal baseband generator to allow generation of a number of digital standards

R&S®SMBV100A Vector Signal Generator

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