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The Monthly Newsletter of IEEE Vehicular Technology Society—December 2021

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Message from the EiC

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

In this issue, VTS President Abbas Jamalipour gives a message on the state of the society. In addition, you can find articles from the experts from Connected and Automated Vehicles, and Mobile Radio in the September 2021 issue of the IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine, and from recently published papers in the IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology and IEEE Open Journal of Vehicular Technology.

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

Message from the President
The State of VTS Today
Abbas Jamalipour

This is my last President’s Message for VTS Mobile World. Over the past two years, this column has served to inform our respected members and colleagues about what’s happening in the Society.  Read More...

Connected and Automated Vehicles
Homologation for CAV in Europe
Katrin Sjoberg

European policy makers plan to have a type approval framework in place for automation level 4 and level 5 vehicles in a year. The first attempt at legislation has been shared in the Motor Vehicles Working Group chaired by the European Commission.  Read More...

Mobile Radio
Open Source Solutions for 5G
Claudio Casetti

As reported on 6 April 2021, Red Hat, Inc., announced a collaboration with NEC Corporation to deliver 5G solutions built on the Red Hat Kubernetes platform, OpenShift.  Read More...

From the IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology
Blockchain System in Vehicular Networks
Soojin Lee and Seung-Hyun Seo

This work proposes a two-layer blockchain-based vehicle reputation system, which consists of a local one-day message blockchain and a global vehicle reputation blockchain.  Read More...

From the IEEE Open Journal of Vehicular Technology
ECC of Generalized Fading Channels with Mobility
Valentine A. Aalo, Petros S. Bithas, and George Efthymoglou

This paper considers the ergodic channel capacity (ECC) of several generalized fading channels for a mobile user that moves inside a coverage area according to the random waypoint (RWP) mobility model.  Read More...



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