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Content posted in March 2009
Blue Light Special in Action
Gadget Freak 
3/15/2009  Post a comment
RFID Connectivity between Car Key and Mobile Phone
DNTV 
3/5/2009  Post a comment
Using RFID connectivity between the car key and a modified mobile phone, the driver can even verify if the doors were locked, find out how much gas is left, the estimated driving range and lights’ status.
RFID Key in Action
DNTV 
3/5/2009  Post a comment
NXP engineers modified an existing BMW key to include RFID hardware to allow the key to become a smart card-like product.
HUGHES Telematics’ Vehicle Demo
DNTV 
3/5/2009  Post a comment
With 10 MHz bandwidth, Hughes Telematics’ vehicle demo receives four channels simultaneously showing the capability of a high bandwidth communication channel.
HUGHES Telematics Using Widgets
DNTV 
3/5/2009  Post a comment
In a demo at CES, Hughes Telematics showed how widgets designed specifically for the vehicle could provide connectivity and enhance the driving experience.
Delphi Corp.’s Dual-View Screen
DNTV 
3/5/2009  Post a comment
Delphi’s dual-view screen plus Mobile DTV capability for receiving local broadcast content allows only front seat passengers to view entertainment while the driver observes drive-related navigation, communication and command functions.




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