Autotalks’ specially selected second-generation chipsets are mass-market ready and support both DSRC and C-V2X direct communications (PC5 protocol).
HARMAN will demonstrate the connectivity display of its Telematics platform by having a vehicle directly communicate with a motorcycle using C-V2X capabilities, with the Autotalks chipset used in both.
Harman uses a modular TCU housing a cellular NAD alongside Autotalks’ second generation chipset providing C-V2X means. Autotalks’ C-V2X capabilities include a 3GPP compliant PC5 modem, with dual antenna and varies for both transmission and reception, in addition to an optimized closed-loop remote antenna solution for the highest radio performance.
“Autotalks is proud to work with HARMAN on their TCU with our secure and deployment ready C-V2X solution,” said Hagai Zyss Autotalks’ CEO. "We are excited to have our chipset inside HARMAN’s Telematics platform and to demonstrate the flexibility and maturity of our global V2X solution, which has been chosen for series production by leading automakers.”
Click the video below to watch Autotalks discuss V2X:
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