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LTE suited for traffic applications, research project concludes

5/30/2011 01:34 AM EDT
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chanj0   5/31/2011 4:48:00 PM
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LTE may be applicable to in-car infotainment. For computer-aided driving, depending on a cellular phone network may not be a very good idea. For time critical, short range communication may be enough. If LTE is considered, I guess the installation and un-installation of the equipment has to be somewhat easy.

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LarryM99   5/30/2011 2:25:54 PM
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So we are going to embed a specific wireless technology in an expensive device which has a lifetime of ten to twenty years on the road? Why not instead build a logical networking structure which can adapt to new physical interfaces as they evolve? Maybe we could even make those interfaces upgradeable so that the car doesn't go obsolete after a year or so? Larry M.

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