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1. (WO2019006085) COMMUNICATIONS V2X UTILISANT DE MULTIPLES TECHNOLOGIES D'ACCÈS RADIO (MULTI-RAT)
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CLAIM S

1. A multi-radio access technology (RAT ) device, the device comprising:

a transceiver interface including multip le connections to communicate with multip le transceiver chains, the multiple transceiver chains sup p orting multip le RATs; and

a hardware p rocessor configured to:

receive a communication associated with one or more of the multiple RATs; and

control the multiple transceiver chains via the multiple connections of the transceiver interface to coordinate the multiple RATs to complete the communication .

2. The dev ice of claim 1, comprising:

a first transceiver of the multip le transceiver chains, the first transceiver configured to communicate with a node using a communication link of a first RAT of the multip le RATs;

a second transceiver of the multiple transceiver chains, the second transceiver configured to communicate with the node using one or more intermediate nodes and a communication link of a second RAT of the multiple

RATs; and

wherein the hardware processor, to complete the communication, is configured to:

decode measurement information receiv ed from the node, the measurement information indicative of channel quality of the first RAT communication link; and

determine to establi h a new communication link with the one or more intermediate nodes, based on the decoded measurement information .

3. The device of claim 2, wherein the hardware processor is configured to:

designate the first RAT as a p rimary RAT and the second RAT as a secondary RAT, based on one or more preferences associated with a vehicular terminal device; and

modify , in response to a change in a network environment, the designation of the primary RAT and the secondary RAT, based on the one or more preferences.

4. The device of claim 3, wherein the change in the network environment is a change in a mobility environment of the vehicular terminal device.

5. The device of claim 3, wherein the designation of the first RAT as the primary RAT and the second RAT as the secondary RAT is based on one or more network configurations.

6. The device of claim 3, wherein the first RAT and the second RAT are each designated from a plurality of RATs including:

a dedicated short-range communication (DSRC) radio acces s technology ;

wireless acces s vehicular environment (WAVE) radio access technology ,

Bluetooth radio access technolog ;

an IEEE 802. 1 I radio access technology ,

an LTE radio 3-CCCSS technology ; or

a 5G radio access technology .

7. The device of claim 3, wherein the second transceiver is configured to communicate with the node without the use of one or more intemiediate nodes via the communication link of the second RAT .

8. The device of claim 3, wherein a preference includes a specification of one or more of a desired data throughput, cost factor, mobility factor associated with a vehicular terminal device, or a quality of service (QoS).

9. The device of claim 3, wherein the change in a network environment includes a change in a network loading factor.

10. A method for multi-radio access technolog (RAT ) communication by a device including a transceiver interface including multip le connections to communicate w ith multiple transceiver chains, the multip le transceiver chains supportingmultip le RATs, the method comprising:

receiving a communication associated with one or more of the multip le RATs; and

controlling the multiple transceiver chains via the multiple connections of the transceiver interface to coordinate the multiple RATs to complete the communication .

1 1. The method of claim 10, wherein the device includes:

a first transceiver of the multiple transceiver chains, the first transceiver configured to communicate with a node using a communication link of a first RAT of the multip le RATs;

a second transceiver of the multiple transceiver chains, the second transceiver configured to communicate with the node using one or more intermediate nodes and a communication link of a second R AT of the multip le

RATs; and

wherein comp leting the communication includes:

decoding measurement information received from the node, the measurement information indicative of channel quality of the first RAT communication link; and

determining to establish a new communication link with the one or more intermediate nodes, based on the decoded measurement information,

12. The method of claim 1 1, comp rising:

designating the first RAT as a p rimary RAT and the second RAT as a secondary RAT, based on one or more preferences associated with a vehicular terminal device; and

modify ing, in response to a change in a network environment, the designation of the primary RAT and the secondary RAT , based on the one or more preferences.

13. The method of claim 12, wherein the change in the network environment is a change in a mobility environment of the vehicular terminal device.

14. The method of claim 12, wherein designat ing the first RAT as the p rimary RAT and the second RAT as the secondary RA T is based on one or more n et w ork con fi gu rat i on s .

15. The method of claim 12, wherein the first RAT and the second RAT are each designated from a plurality of RATs including:

a dedicated short-range communication (DSRC) radio access technology ;

wireless access vehicular environment (WAVE) radio access technology ;

Bluetooth radio access technology ;

an IEEE 802. 1 1 radio SCC6S S technolog\? ;

an LTE radio access technology ; or

a 5G radio access technology .

16. The method of claim 12, wherein the second transceiver communicates with the node without the use of one or more intermediate nodes via the communication link of the second RAT .

17. The method of claim 12, wherein a preference includes a specification of one or more of a desired data throughput, cost factor, mobility factor associated with a vehicular terminal device, or a quality of service (QoS).

1 8. The method of claim 1 2, wherein the change in a network environment includes a change in a network loading factor.

19. A device for multi-radio access technology (RAT ) communication, the device comp rising a transceiver interface including multip le connections to communicate with multip le transceiver chains, the multip le transceiv er chains sup p ort ing mult ip le R A T s, the dev ice further comprising:

means for receiv ing a communication associated ith one or more of the multiple RATs; and

means for controlling the multip le transceiv er chains via the multiple connections of the transceiv er interface to coordinate the multiple RATs to complete the communication.

20. The device of claim 19, wherein the device includes:

a first transceiver of the multiple transceiver chains, the first transceiver configured to communicate with a node using a communication link of a first RAT of the multiple RATs;

a second transceiver of the multiple transceiver chains, the second transceiver configured to communicate with the node using one or more intermediate nodes and a communication link of a second RAT of the multiple

RATs; and

wherein to complete the communication, the device further includes: means for decoding measurement information received from the node, the measurement information indicative of channel quality of the first RAT communication link; and

means for determining to establish a new communication link with the one or more intermediate nodes, based on the decoded measurement information.

21. The device of claim 20, further comprising:

means for designating the first RAT as a primary RAT and the second RAT as a secondary RAT, based on one or more preferences associated with a vehicular terminal device; and

means for modifying in response to a change in a network

environment, the designation of the p rimary RAT and the secondary RAT , based on the one or more p references.

22. The dev ice of claim 2 1 , wherein the change in the network

environment is a change in a mobility environment of the vehicular terminal device.

23. The device of claim 21, wherein designating the first RAT as the primary RAT and the second RAT as the secondary RAT is based on one or more network configurations.

24. The device of claim 21, wherein the first RAT and the second RAT are each designated from a plurality of RATs including:

a dedicated short-range communication (D SRC) radio acces s technology ;

wireless acces s vehicular environment (WAVE) radio access technology ,

Bluetooth radio access technolog ;

an IEEE 802.1 1 radio access technology ;

an LTE radio 3-CCCSS technology ; or

a 5G radio ctCCCS s technology .

25. The device of claim 21 , wherein the second transceiver communicates with the node w ithout the use of one or more intermediate nodes via the communication link of the second RAT .

26. The dev ice of claim 2 1 , wherein a preference includes a sp ecification of one or more of a desired data througiiput, cost factor, mobility factor associated with a vehicular terminal dev ice, or a quality of serv ice (QoS).

27. The device of claim 2 1 , wherein the change in a network env ironment includes a change in a network loading factor.