Powering next-generation telematics

Fleck, Bill
October 2003
Portable Design;Oct2003, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p22
Focuses on technical considerations in reducing system costs for next-generation telematics systems in automobiles. Technologies that can be combined to lower system costs; Factors that must be considered by system designers and semiconductor makers; Requirements for data management.


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