MINIMIZING E2E DELAY IN V2X OVER CELLULAR NETWORKS: REVIEW AND CHALLENGES

  • Salim A. Mohammed Ali Al-Nahrain University
  • Emad H. Al-Hemairy Al-Nahrain University
Keywords: Cellular, V2X, E2E, Network latency

Abstract

V2X (Vehicle-to-Everything) evolution over cellular networks has been an excelling topic with the advances of high throughput and low latency LTE networks, and the introduction of 5G networks. According to recent researches, obtaining acceptable End-to-End (E2E) delay has been a challenging design process since data travels through several steps from the originating source to the data center and vice versa. V2X latency comprises mainly of three levels: source processing, cellular network, and data center processing. Delay reduction can be achieved on the three levels. However, many conventional solutions have not reached the required and acceptable range of latency to enable V2X communication over cellular networks. In this paper, a general review of challenges to make V2X feasible on cellular network has been discussed, and the proposed solutions in the literature has been introduced. As a conclusion, a various types of aiding tools to design and test V2X tools are given, so that a right path should be taken to consider challenges and improving design metrics.

Author Biography

Emad H. Al-Hemairy, Al-Nahrain University

Department of Networks Engineering, College of Information Engineering

Published
2020-02-23