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Dsrc – New Principles And Implementations In Its Romania

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  • Florin GRAFU
  • Angel CORMOS
  • Valentin IORDACHE

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Cities around the world are suffering from severe traffic congestion resulting in economic losses via delayed time, fuel consumption, traffic accidents, air pollution and traffic noise. An efficient wireless technology used in the road-to-vehicle radio communication can help reducing this negative effects and improve traffic parameters. Active DSRC is one of the most reliable road-to-vehicle communication methods available in the market today, since it has wide communication area and high-speed communication and is the most suitable for non-stop toll collection system, especially for multi-lane free-flow toll collection system, where vehicles can pass the toll gantry without reducing speed. The Active DSRC also supports other ITS applications related to road-to-vehicle communication applications that need high speed communication, and can improve public transportation, help to reduce air pollution, NOx and CO2, and road noise via a decline in traffic.

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  • Florin GRAFU & Angel CORMOS & Valentin IORDACHE, 2009. "Dsrc – New Principles And Implementations In Its Romania," Journal of Information Systems & Operations Management, Romanian-American University, vol. 3(1), pages 157-166, July.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:jisomg:v:3:y:2009:i:1:p:157-166
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