Vasilash, Gary S.
July 2001
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Jul2001, Vol. 113 Issue 7, p58
Trade Publication
Reports on the radio frequency-based products of WhereNet Technologies that have been used at Ford Motor Co. Functions of the WhereCall Parts Replenishment System; Benefits offered by the WhereSoft Vehicle system; Description of the direct sequence spread spectrum radio frequency technology used by WhereNet. INSETS: ZeISS LAUNCHeS LINUX;INDUSTRIaL STrenGTH;PorTaBLe & ACCUuraTe.


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