Network integration

  • 28-Aug-2012 04:36 EDT


MOST technology network integration has recently expanded into the United States and appears on more than 120 vehicle models to transport audio, video, and control information inside and outside the vehicle with an improved connection, efficient bandwidth use, and low processing overhead. The latest-generation network, MOST150, also includes a dedicated ethernet channel suitable for connected services within the vehicle and for general Internet access. Designed to meet stringent automotive requirements, the ethernet channel on MOST150 operates like an IEEE802.x network and multiplexes the technology onto networking equipment. Upcoming planned network integration includes applications such as advanced driver-assist systems.

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