US prepares to embrace cellular V2X—a watershed moment for road safety?

Policy & Regulation

The much-anticipated FCC waiver paves the way for C-V2X deployment in the US and comes at a time when the country’s roads are witnessing record traffic fatalities.

Communication between vehicles and everything around them, often referred to as vehicle-to-everything (V2X), have developed along two distinct technical paths based upon the underlying technology being used—wireless local area networks which are standardized around the IEEE 802.11p specifications (also called dedicated short-range communications or DSRC), and of course, cellular V2X that is based around LTE and 5G specifications published by the 3GPP (also called C-V2X).

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