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Posts tagged with 'MOST'

28 Mar, 2014

John Day We hear a lot about connected cars these days and clearly, if we’re going to have them, the cars need fast and reliable access to external data. Hoping to help that along, Continental this week introduced a high-speed telematics module that offers up to 100 Mbps bandwidth wherever in the world the 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) mobile network standard is available. The module addresses cellular technologies … Read More

HSPA, high-speed telematics module, LIN, CAN, CDMA, 4G long term evolution (LTE), EVDO, MOST, USB, GSM, Wi-Fi, Ethernet

7 Nov, 2012

MOST and Ethernet

Posted by John Day

John Day   It might seem as if it’s taken MOST (Media Oriented Systems Transport), the automotive multimedia and infotainment standard, a long time to catch on, and there are some who suggest that it’s time has already passed, now that Ethernet is the Next Big Thing in automotive networking. But that’s relative if not downright wrong, according to Henry Muyshondt, Technical Liaison of the MOST Cooperation. The … Read More

MOST Cooperation, MOST, MOST150, Cadillac XTS, Ethernet, Cadillac ATS, MOST50, IEEE 802.x, Toyota, Kia, GM, Volkswagen Group, Hyundai

5 Nov, 2011

John Day SAE AS6802 – Time-Triggered Ethernet – is the new industry standard that establishes Ethernet as a deterministic networking technology. It’s available for download at http://standards.sae.org/. Although the source of the new standard, SAE International’s AS-2 Embedded Computing Systems Committee, is part of SAE International’s Avionic Systems Group, automakers and suppliers are known to … Read More

SAE, Renesas Electronics, SAE AS6802, CAN, 'FlexRay, time-triggered Ethernet, MOST, NXP Semiconductors, deterministic Ethernet, Freescale Semiconductor

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