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FCC touts use of 5.9 GHz by WISPs to bolster rural and suburban broadband

  The Federal Communications Commission has been doling out special access to spectrum as part of its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, to help operators deal with the strains on wireless networks as a result of increased network traffic due to telework, remote learning and...

Congressmen applaud FCC move to reallocate 5.9 GHz for C-V2X, unlicensed use

Transportation officials pushback on shift away from DSRC, potential for unlicensed use In December, FCC passed notice of proposed rulemaking that would reallocated 75 megahertz of the 5.9 GHz band for C-V2X and unlicensed use. 45 megahertz would go for unlicensed uses like Wi-Fi;...

FCC looks to divvyup 5.9 GHz band between C-V2X and unlicensed use

75 megahertz of 5.9 GHz spectrum are in play  This week U.S. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai laid out a plan to reallocate 75 megahertz of the 5.9 GHz band for cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) communications and for unlicensed uses like Wi-Fi. The FCC will...

Pai puts DSRC spectrum in FCC’s sights

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai called for the re-examination of the allocation of 5.9 GHz spectrum, outlining several options for the 75 megahertz that to this point has been set aside for vehicle-to-vehicle automobile communications. "I believe that the time has come for...

Test and Measurement: Wi-Fi and the 5G experience

5G is becoming real, and in many cases, people's first 5G experience is going to come via Wi-Fi, said Adam Smith, director of product management at test company LitePoint. "Actually, Wi-Fi is going to be a huge piece of how we interact with , particularly...

WISPA puts up speed bump to dedicating 5.9 GHz for C-V2X

WISPA vs. 5GAA Automotive manufacturers seem to prefer C-V2X rather than DSRC as the connectivity medium for vehicles in the push toward full-on autonomous driving. But the 5.9 GHz band is not without its defenders, particularly fixed wireless broadband providers who use the mid-band frequency. In...

Ford opts for C-V2X over DSRC

Ford's move could shift the conversation around the 5.9 GHz spectrum allocation Ford Motor Company has confirmed that it will use cellular vehicle-to-everything technology in all new U.S. models by 2022, in a break with automakers who favor the use of Dedicated Short-Range Communications. In a...

To DSRC or not to DSRC? FCC tests show spectrum sharing with Wi-Fi is possible at 5.9 GHz, but the conversation has shifted

Prototype spectrum-sharing devices "reliably detected" DSRC signals -- but where will FCC go from here? The Federal Communications Commission's Office of Engineering and Technology has released testing results which show that prototype devices can successfully share 5.9 GHz spectrum that is currently allocated to Dedicate...

Is DSRC dead? Cable cos want FCC action on 5.9 GHz

NCTA calls DSRC 'failed;' wants 5.9 GHz for Wi-Fi Almost two decades ago the U.S. Federal Communications Commission set aside the 5.9 GHz band for dedicated short range communications with the goal of letting vehicles communicate with one another using unlicensed airwaves. Since that move...

FCC’s Rosenworcel lays out future possibilities for 5.9 GHz, 2.5 GHz

FCC Commissioner Rosenworcel says 5.9 GHz could be for next-gen Wi-Fi Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel of the Federal Communications Commission called for a reexamination of how the FCC has allocated the 5.9 GHz and 2.5 GHz bands, in order to open up more spectrum for both...

Test and Measurement: Keysight hits record quarterly revenue of $1B

Keysight's communication solutions group sees largest growth Keysight Technologies saw its revenues rise 21% year-over-year to hit a record of $1 billion for the quarter, the company reported, with the strongest growth in its Communication Solutions Group. Keysight earned $832 million during the same period last...

Introducing DSRC: Vehicles are more high tech (and potentially dangerous) than you think

For many years, vehicles have been running on software, relying on wireless networks to function, but those networks have been local and closed. With a car operating on a local network, you can’t use your cellphone, tap into your car’s wireless network, and access...

What is C-V2X?

C-V2X links vehicles to pedestrians, infrastructure, the network and other vehicles As trials pick up and automakers partner with telecom ecosystem stakeholders to advance vehicle connectivity on the way to autonomous driving, let's take a look at the wireless connectivity linking vehicles to the world...

Test and Measurement: Viavi’s revenues up nearly 12%, profits lag

As quarterly numbers continue to come in from network testing and monitoring companies, Viavi Solutions reported revenues up 11.9% year-over-year to $219.4 million, driven by strength in its network and service enablement unit and its optical, security and performance unit -- however, the company...

Telecom Tweets of the Week: DSRC mandate on the chopping block?

Is the Trump administration backing away from mandating the use of Dedicated Short Range Communications technology in new vehicles? The Associated Press reported that the administration has decided not to pursue a final vehicle-to-vehicle mandate for auto manufacturers to deploy DSRC, citing four anonymous sources, including...

Noise generation and connected car testing

Shift to automotive Ethernet means more potential impact from noise. The radio frequency environment in vehicles is becoming more complicated as technologies from cellular and Bluetooth to lidar, Wi-Fi and more are increasingly integrated to support new intelligent and connected capabilities. This increase in the RF...

Industry weighs in on DSRC for V2V communications (Part 2)

NXP claims technology leadership in DSRC rulemaking comments. As the cellular industry and standards bodies increasingly seek to support connected vehicles, the federal government is considering whether to mandate the use of dedicated short-range communications capabilities – or interoperability with DSRC – in...

Industry weighs in on DSRC for V2V communications (Part 1)

Rulemaking comments for DSRC for V2V include potential for use of cellular-V2X, sharing of DSRC spectrum. As the cellular industry and standards bodies increasingly seek to support connected vehicles, the federal government is considering whether to mandate the use of dedicated short-range communications...

C-V2X is paving the way to fully-autonomous driving

The path to 5G will be marked with continued LTE advancements in Release 14 Next-generation 5G network technology, set for standardization in the 2019-2020 timeframe, is poised to enable a wide range of use cases ranging from remote industrial control and support for massive machine-type communication...

What is DSRC for the connected car?

Dedicated short-range communications technology, or DSRC, is one of the primary areas of research and development for a network exclusively for transportation-related uses. Here are some of the basics on DSRC. What is DSRC? DSRC is is "a two-way short-to-medium-range wireless communications capability that permits very...

EMEA: Connected cars innovation in Iran

When one considers innovation related to connected cars; Iran isn’t a location that immediately comes to mind. But there are efforts underway in that country to better understand how the utilization of vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-Internet technologies can save lives. According to publicly available statistics, more...

EMEA: Driving the connected highway

Laird has a vision for connected highways with connected cars driving along communicating with each other to ensure the safety of their occupants. The reality is that this vision is easier said than done and requires a great deal of technology to bring it...

NAIAS 2015: DENSO showcases smart city vision

DETROIT – Denso, a supplier of advanced automotive technology, systems and components, showcased its smart city vision at this week’s Detroit Auto Show. The smart city vision will bring together automotive safety and solar technologies in an effort to create a more environmentally conscious city. Cars will be able...

What you should know about DSRC technology

Today’s DSRC technology will enable self-driving cars Just when you thought smart cars were a thing of the future, it turns out the future is already here. Cars that communicate with each other, with roadside infrastructure, even with their drivers – this isn’t just the...

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