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Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC) Systems Engineering Process Guidance for SAE J2945/X Documents and Common Design Concepts™
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Published December 07, 2017 by SAE International in United States
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This SAE Standard serves as the guidance document for the J2945/x family of standards as illustrated in Figure 7. It contains cross-cutting material which applies to the other J2945/x standards, including recommended practice for the use of Systems Engineering (SE) and generic DSRC interface requirements content.
The scope for the DSRC system environment is to provide for the information exchange between a host vehicle and another DSRC enabled device, a device worn by or otherwise attached to a traveler, a roadside device, or a management center, to address safety, mobility, and environmental system needs.
The audience for this document includes the technical teams of developers of the J2945/x documents and the implementers of the applications which are based on the J2945/x documents.
This is an "interim progress release" which provides a snapshot of in-work content. It is intended to provide an opportunity for TC input and guidance, and to support overall coordination among the set of standards currently in development. Please note that this document is intended to be cross cutting, and should serve the goal of stating a great many common aspects of DSRC that the DSRC TC often takes for granted. New developers will need this information. While it is a normative document for some common aspects of DSRC, it also provides informative material on both the exchanged messages, on DSRC systems, and many aspects of ITS work that together form a complex system. This standard is dedicated to the memory of Peter Byk, who provided support and guidance in the evolution of the DSRC standards. He fostered the collaborative effort among SAE International, Federal and State governments, and the ITS industry that enabled a team of stakeholders and subject matter experts to create the DSRC message standards which will improve transportation safety and mobility.
|Ground Vehicle Standard||Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) Performance Requirements for V2V Safety Awareness|
|Ground Vehicle Standard||Vulnerable Road User Safety Message Minimum Performance Requirements|
|Ground Vehicle Standard||On-Board System Requirements for V2V Safety Communications|
Data Sets - Support Documents
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|Table 1||Needs to requirements traceability matrix|
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|Table 2||Requirements traceability matrix|
|Table 3||EDCA recommendations|
|Table 4||Channel use recommendations for the 5.850 to 5.925 GHz DSRC service band|
|Table 5||PSIDs used by SAE standards (also see IEEE standard 1609.12)|
|Table A1||Requirements traceability matrix|
|Table B1||Template for capturing DSRC use cases|
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|Table C1||Base Advertised Services Profile|
|Table C2||Range and Link Quality Profile for Advertised Services|
|Table C3||Channel Access Configurations|
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|Table C4||Base broadcast service profile|
|Table C5||Base broadcast service profile|
|Table C6||continuous channel access settings|
|Table D1||Security service summary|
|Table D2||User priorities and EDCA parameter set|
|Table D3||Default EDCA Parameter Set|
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