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The Mobile Wireless Ether - Finding Its Way Into the Automobile
Published October 21, 2002 by Convergence Transportation Electronics Association in United States
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The application and usage of various wide-area (long range) to personal-area (short range) wireless technologies and associated services in automobiles has arrived. It is essential for implementers to understand the parameters and capabilities of these technologies, many of which utilize and depend upon remote data/information transport services across one or more physical and logical entities within an automobile. This dependence, coupled with unique and typically diverse operational characteristics and requirements of the various wireless technologies, presents significant integration challenges to the automotive OEM and systems/components providers. Investigating and providing insight into managing this complexity for currently and soon to be deployed wireless technologies is addressed in this paper.
CitationDeVries, P., Chrysochoos, M., and Kumthekar, S., "The Mobile Wireless Ether - Finding Its Way Into the Automobile," SAE Technical Paper 2002-21-0046, 2002.
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