This comprehensive research report has been developed as a fundamental resource for providing WSDOT managers with a better understanding of the current wireless environment that can guide future decisions on mobile communications. The background histories and conclusions developed as a result of this research should prove valuable in helping the WSDOT to make wise choices when investing in wireless technologies.
This research project has consisted primarily of a comprehensive literature review of wireless communications technologies to establish an historical backdrop outlining the growth of today's mobile communications systems, while also describing the current state of the art. This extensive literature review has been supplemented by personal interviews with industry representatives and WSDOT officials.
November 6, 2007
Daniel J. Dailey, Mark P. Haselkorn, Scott D. Elliott.
Washington State Transportation Center (TRAC)
- # of Pages: 294 p., 11,149 KB (PDF)
- Subject: Guides to the literature, Intelligent transportation systems, Interviewing, Literature reviews, Mobile communication systems, State of the art studies, Wireless communication systems.
- Keywords: Analog cellular, digital cellular, cellular digital packet data, personal communications services, cordless, radiopaging, wireless, mobile radio, ARDIS, RAM, geostationary satellites, meteor burst, CT-2, DECT, paging, data networks, global positioning, remote sensing.
- Related Publications: IVHS Data and Information Structure: Final Summary Report, (WA-RD 360.1).
This abstract was last modified April 29, 2008