Signal Fractions Analysis and Safety-Distance Modeling in V2V Inter-lane Communications

Wenqiang Yi, Yuanwei Liu, Arumugam Nallanathan

For vehicular networks, safety distances are important, but existing spatial models fail to characterize this parameter, especially for inter-lane communications. This work proposes a Matern hard-core processes based framework to appraise the performance of signal fractions (SF), where the hard-core distance is used to depict safety distances. By considering both semicircle and omnidirectional antennas, we derive high-accurate closed-form probability density functions of communication distances to acquire the complementary cumulative distribution function of SF. The derived expressions theoretically demonstrate that the nearest vehicle within the safety distance follows a uniform distribution and there is an upper limit for SF in terms of the transmit power.

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