CAMP Report on the C-V2X Performance Assessment Project
This white paper challenges the readiness of C-V2X by thoroughly analyzing the test results of the CAMP report.
V2X technology allows vehicles to communicate with other cars, infrastructure, and vulnerable road users to increase driver safety and smooth out the autonomous driving experience. The DSRC/802.11p version of V2X delivers minimum latency for real-time communication and an operating range that exceeds 1 mile even in areas where cellular network connections are not available. DSRC also provides dedicated secure safety channel operation to enable the secure communication of safety messages and other data in real time, forming an essential part of the suite of autonomous driving sensors for today’s connected cars and trucks. V2X based on DSRC is also instrumental in truck platooning, a forerunner of future eco-friendly driving scenarios.
The NXP V2X system platform operates in the 5.9 GHz and 760 MHz bands and is compatible with global software protocols from all leading vendors, enabling a true global V2X solution. The platform meets and exceeds the current guidelines of the US DOT’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, as well as emerging standards in Europe, Japan, and Korea.
AEC-Q100 qualified, SAF5100 is a software-defined radio processor providing a V2X system solution for Intelligent Transport Systems applications.
The RoadLINK® SAF5400 is an automotive-qualified single chip DSRC modem for V2X applications.
The SXF1800 is a Secure Element IC, which provides tamper-resistant cryptographic functionality for V2X applications as defined by ETSI 102 097 (EU) and IEEE 1609.2 (US) standards.
The TEF5100 transceiver architecture is based on direct conversion for both the transmitter and receiver, which eliminates expensive external filters.