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Driver Development for IEEE WAVE (802.11p/1609.x) based wireless module with embedded Networking services
 

Driver Development for IEEE WAVE (802.11p/1609.x) based wireless module with embedded Networking services

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    Driver Development for IEEE WAVE (802.11p/1609.x) based wireless module with embedded Networking services   Driver Development for IEEE WAVE (802.11p/1609.x) based wireless module with embedded Networking services Presentation Transcript

    • University of MoratuwaDepartment of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering Driver Development for IEEE WAVE (802.11p/1609.x) based wireless module with embedded Networking services 080073V- R.S.A De Silva 080104U-D.P.G.S.R Fernando 080238H-J.R.Kodagoda 080269D-I.U.Liyanage Supervisor-Dr. Ajith PasqualFinal Y ear Project Presentation – YXXFinal Year Project Presentation G-12 December 26, 2012December 19,2012 1
    • University of MoratuwaDepartment of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering Introduction Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g WAVE 802.11pFinal Y ear Project Presentation – YXXFinal Year Project Presentation G-12 December 26, 2012December 19,2012 2
    • University of MoratuwaDepartment of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering Introduction cont..  WAVE (Wireless Access I Vehicular Environment) is a next generation Dedicated short Range Communication (DSRC) technology.  Data rate of 3-27 Mbps even in fast moving environments.  802.11p/DSRC technology is the basis for future Intelligent Transportation Systems.  The number of 802.11p/DSRC devices, available in the international market are very few and generally the price exceeds 5000 USD.Final Y ear Project Presentation – YXXFinal Year Project Presentation G-12 December 26, 2012December 19,2012 3
    • University of MoratuwaDepartment of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering Work Flow ChartFinal Y ear Project Presentation – YXXFinal Year Project Presentation G-12 December 26, 2012December 19,2012 4
    • University of MoratuwaDepartment of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering T Development P he latform Wireless Mini PCI card with Atheros chipset  Industrial Grade ,  WAVE supportive  High power Chipset ALIX3D3 (Single Board Computer)  Low Power Consumption  Compact size  Linux supportive MIKROTIK 2.4-5.8GHz 3dBi Swivel Antenna with cable and MMCX connector Finland Fastrax UP501 GPS Antenna ModuleFinal Y ear Project Presentation – YXXFinal Year Project Presentation G-12 December 26, 2012December 19,2012 5
    • University of MoratuwaDepartment of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering Driver development (802.11a  802.11p)Parameter IEEE 802.11a/e IEEE 802.11pFrequency Range USA: 5.15 – 5.35 GHz & USA: 5.850 – 5.925 5.725 – 5.825 GHZ GHzChannel width 20MHz 10MHzData Rates 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, 54 3, 4.5, 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, Mbit/s 27 Mbit/sSymbol Duration 4 μs 8 μsGuard time 0.8 μs 1.6 μsPreamble Duration 16 μs 32 μsSignal Field Duration 4 μs 8 μsSub-Carrier Spacing 0.3125 MHz 0.15625 MHzSIFS Duration 16 μs 32 μsFinal Y ear Project Presentation – YXXFinal Year Project Presentation G-12 December 26, 2012December 19,2012 6
    • University of MoratuwaDepartment of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering Channel AllocationFinal Y ear Project Presentation – YXXFinal Year Project Presentation G-12 December 26, 2012December 19,2012 7
    • University of MoratuwaDepartment of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering Driver VerificationFinal Y ear Project Presentation – YXXFinal Year Project Presentation G-12 December 26, 2012December 19,2012 8
    • University of MoratuwaDepartment of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering WAVE Protocol Stack WSMP – For Safety messages & controlling purposes IPV6 – For advanced features (Internet, Toll collection)Final Y ear Project Presentation – YXXFinal Year Project Presentation G-12 December 26, 2012December 19,2012 9
    • University of Moratuwa Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering W PH SM eader Linux socket (int domain, int type, int protocol) WSMP domain =AF_PACKET type = sock_diagram protocol = 0x88dc 1 1 1 1 1 4 2 Variabl eWSM Security Channel Data TX Provider WSM WSMVersion type number Rate power Service length data Level Identifier Final Y ear Project Presentation – YXX Final Year Project Presentation G-12 December 26, 2012 December 19,2012 10
    • University of MoratuwaDepartment of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering W PP SM acket VerificationFinal Y ear Project Presentation – YXXFinal Year Project Presentation G-12 December 26, 2012December 19,2012 11
    • University of MoratuwaDepartment of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering Communication VerificationFinal Y ear Project Presentation – YXXFinal Year Project Presentation G-12 December 26, 2012December 19,2012 12
    • University of MoratuwaDepartment of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering Area 1 >10m >10m Intersection Area 0 Area Area 2 Area 3Final Y ear Project Presentation – YXXFinal Year Project Presentation G-12 December 26, 2012December 19,2012 13
    • University of Moratuwa Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering Beacon FormatWSMP Vehicle ID Intersection Intersection Vehicle Distance toHeader ID Area Speed Intersection • Broadcast the packet when the vehicle enters into an intersection area • Sends on each and every acquisition of GPS coordinates Final Y ear Project Presentation – YXX Final Year Project Presentation G-12 December 26, 2012 December 19,2012 14
    • University of MoratuwaDepartment of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering Future Applications Approaching emergency vehicle warning Highway-rail intersection warning Vehicle data collection Electronic parking payments Emergency warning system for vehiclesFinal Y ear Project Presentation – YXXFinal Year Project Presentation G-12 December 26, 2012December 19,2012 15
    • University of MoratuwaDepartment of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering Conclusion & Summary Successful implementation and verification of IEEE 802.11p driver and 1609.3 network protocol. Demonstrating of collision warning application combining GPS technology. Achieving successful communication with a relative speed of around 40 kmph at a distance greater than 100m. Developing a marketable product with a compact portable size. Being the first Sri Lankans to implement a development platform for ITS applications.Final Y ear Project Presentation – YXXFinal Year Project Presentation G-12 December 26, 2012December 19,2012 16