UK: SMMT urges government to allocate 24GHz frequency for vehicle applications
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) is urging the UK government to allocate the 24GHz ultra-wide short wave radio frequency for use by motor manufacturers as soon as possible. Sensors using 24GHz monitor a car's immediate surroundings, detecting objects, pedestrians and cyclists, warning of potential collisions and helping to prevent accidents.
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