Extended applications for MOST

  • 12-Aug-2010 08:45 EDT
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The MOST Cooperation, the organization that standardizes the automotive multimedia network Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST), features MOST Technology for extended multimedia and information applications in the vehicle. MOST150 now meets the requirements not only for the traditional areas of entertainment and information but also for the new domains of mobile connectivity, connected services, and driver assistance, thus covering the five major fields of in-car use cases. MOST supports star, daisy-chain, tree, and other topologies, as well as different physical layers: plastic optical fibers, COAX-based electrical physical layer, and unshielded twisted-pair copper wires. MOST150 offers the technology and the audio/video capability for next-generation automotive infotainment features and devices such as head units, rear-seat entertainment, amplifiers, TV tuners, and video displays.

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