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The Monthly Newsletter of IEEE Vehicular Technology Society—October 2021

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Welcome to the October 2021 issue of VTS Mobile World – your IEEE Vehicular Technology Society newsletter.

In this issue, VTS History Committee Chair Dave Michelson invites VTS members to contribute the VTS History Project.

Excerpts from the Standards, Connected and Automated Vehicles, and Mobile Radio columns of the IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine’s September 2021 issue, and from recently published papers in the IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology and IEEE Open Journal of Vehicular Technology complete this edition.

As always, I am always available to hear your feedback; just send me a note at Richard.Yu@ieee.org.  Read More...

VTS in 2024: 75 Years!
Dave Michelson, VTS History Committee Chair

Earlier this year, VTS launched the VTS History Project, a three-year project (2021-23) to increase our public visibility; improve our engagement with students, industry and policymakers; and prepare for our 75th anniversary in 2024.  Read More...

New Initiatives on Ultrawideband
Edward Au

The IEEE 802.15 Working Group on Wireless Specialty Networks is a working group of the IEEE 802 LAN/ MAN Standards Committee of the IEEE Computer Society.  Read More...

Connected and Automated Vehicles
Current Challenges in the Automotive Industry
Katrin Sjoberg

The automotive industry is experiencing semiconductor shortages, resulting from unfortunate occurrences such as fires in semiconductor factories, but also because semiconductor companies’ order intakes from the automotive industry declined substantially last spring, and the companies turned to other customers.  Read More...

Mobile Radio
5G Reaches Critical Mass
Claudio Casetti

In the years that led to the deployment of 5G networks, people often read of the envisioned transformative power of 5G in everyday life, with examples usually drawn from health care, entertainment, and automation.  Read More...

From the IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology
Tejasvi Alladi, Bhavya Gera, Ayush Agrawal, Vinay Chamola, and Richard Yu

This work proposes an anomaly detection framework for VANETs based on deep neural networks (DNNs). In this framework, the DNN architectures are deployed on the roadside units (RSUs), which receive the broadcast vehicular data and run anomaly detection tasks to classify a particular vehicle as anomalous or genuine.  Read More...

From the IEEE Open Journal of Vehicular Technology
Index Modulation Multiple-Access (IMMA)
Said El-Khamy, Hassan M. Elragal, and Remon Polus<

This paper proposes two new multiple-access schemes for downlink system based on the combination of orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) with index modulation (IM), namely OFDM-IM.  Read More...



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