Abstract

We build an Internet of Vehicles system utilizing the better-than-Nyquist pulse shaping (BTN) for CAP-16QAM modulation format based on the automotive headlight. Experimental results validate that BTN can outperform traditional square-root raised cosine pulse shaping.

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