The fieldtest was conducted on 13 May 2016, near Paderborn, Germany. We used ath9k-based WiFi cards with a recent Linux kernel, supporting IEEE 802.11p OCB mode to send BPSK 1/2 and QPSK 1/2 frames with sizes of 200 byte, 500 byte, and 800 byte on channel 178 (5.89 GHz). The receiver was an Ettus Research N210 with an CBX daughterboard. Both sender and receiver used 6dBi dipol antennas and were equipped with NEO-7N GPS devices from u-blox.
Please see our paper for more information:
Bastian Bloessl, Mario Gerla and Falko Dressler, "IEEE 802.11p in Fast Fading Scenarios: From Traces to Comparative Studies of Receive Algorithms," Proceedings of 22nd ACM International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking (MobiCom 2016), 1st ACM International Workshop on Smart, Autonomous, and Connected Vehicular Systems and Services (CarSys 2016), New York, NY, October 2016. [DOI, BibTeX, PDF and Details...]