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Broadcom, Freescale, Omnivision bring Ethernet to parking assistance system

10/16/2011 07:52 PM EDT
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re: Broadcom, Freescale, Omnivision bring Ethernet to parking assistance system
chanj0   10/17/2011 4:30:59 PM
Ethernet is a good choice. The cost is reasonable. More importantly, its tolerance to interference is adequate to the application. Remembering years back when my company was installing WiFi on a train, we had long Ethernet cable run. We had measured the noise level in every corner of the train. We had concern. Yet, the test after installation indicates an exceptional noise tolerance of Ethernet.

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