802.11p provides a mature and robust PHY that meets the needs of existing DSRC applications. However, the 802.11 PHY and MAC have evolved significantly since completion of the 802.11p standard, with the standardization and widespread deployment of additional technologies (e.g. LDPC, STBC etc). There is a requirement to adopt recent 802.11 technologies for new V2X applications, e.g. for higher throughput applications, and/or better reliability/efficiency, and/or extended range.
The goal of the Next Generation V2X Study Group is to define the scope and develop the PAR and CSD for an IEEE 802.11 standard on Next Generation V2X while maintaining backward compatibility with 802.11p.
NGV(Next Generation V2X) SG formed.
May 2018 plans
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