US 11,057,888 B2
Physical layer signaling in next generation vehicle
Thomas J. Kenney, Portland, OR (US); Laurent Cariou, Portland, OR (US); Bahareh Sadeghi, Portland, OR (US); and Robert Stacey, Portland, OR (US)
Assigned to Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, CA (US)
Filed by Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, CA (US)
Filed on Sep. 10, 2019, as Appl. No. 16/565,789.
Claims priority of provisional application 62/729,274, filed on Sep. 10, 2018.
Claims priority of provisional application 62/743,145, filed on Oct. 9, 2018.
Prior Publication US 2020/0008201 A1, Jan. 2, 2020
Int. Cl. H04W 72/04 (2009.01); H04B 7/0413 (2017.01); H04W 84/18 (2009.01); H04W 4/48 (2018.01)
CPC H04W 72/0453 (2013.01) [H04B 7/0413 (2013.01); H04W 4/48 (2018.02); H04W 72/0446 (2013.01); H04W 84/18 (2013.01)] 20 Claims
OG exemplary drawing
 
1. A device, the device comprising processing circuitry coupled to storage, the processing circuitry configured to:
establish a communication session with one or more next generation vehicle (NGV) device;
determine an NGV frame comprising a legacy signal field (L-SIG) and an NGV signal field;
determine a plurality of data subcarriers and a plurality of pilot subcarriers associated with the L-SIG, wherein the plurality of data subcarriers and the plurality of pilot subcarriers are surrounded by at least two additional subcarriers associated with the L-SIG to notify other NGV devices of the presence of 802.11p devices in a surrounding area; and
cause to send the NGV frame to the one or more NGV devices.