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DSRC

(Dedicated Short Range Communications) A wireless technology for vehicular traffic. See V2X.
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- Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC) (Connectivity) Competitor Market Share (in %) Positioning in Europe for 2019 & 2025
This bi-directional blade antenna operates in the DSRC frequency range of 5.85-5.925 GHz with 13 dBi bi-directional gain.
DSRC and C-V2X will be critical in transforming network connectivity.
DSRC enables direct vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications that do "not need access points or central servers to transmit alerts, which further enables fast transmission," Dunsch said.
Simon-Thorsten Wiebusch, country group head for Southeast Asia, Crop Science at Bayer, said their participation in the DSRC is a welcome development as it is aligned with the multinational's initiative to support small-scale farmers.
Analyzing the flows given in Table 10 it can be concluded that two best-ranked tolling options according to PROMETHEE I partial ranking and according to PROMETHEE II complete ranking are DSRC MLFF (Phi = 0.0425) and RFID ORT (Phi = 0.0454).
"Infrastructure has advanced since the DSRC approach was first envisioned a decade ago.
As a result, there's a growing move to bypass DSRC with emerging fifth-generation (5G) cellular systems.
able to send real-time data using Dedicated Short-Range Communications (DSRC)
This analysis uses data from an ongoing deployment of prototype DSRC systems that spans four years of continuous operation.
Building on the Company's leadership supplying 3G/4G LTE modems for automotive, the reference platform is designed to allow carmakers to quickly and easily integrate the broad range of additional wireless and networking technologies required in today's vehicles, including Wi-Fi[R], Bluetooth[R], Bluetooth[R] Low Energy and Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), with optional support for DSRC and Cellular-V2X.
The development of autonomous driving brings new challenge to vehicular communication; Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC) is a very potential technology for the emerging market of intelligent transport system (ITS); DSRC system is fixed on 5.9 GHz with 75 MHz of spectrum in US, which is mainly used for V2I (vehicle to infrastructure) communication.