DSRC vs. C-V2X: Looking to Impress the Regulators (.PDF Download)

Most like a good scuffle, whether it takes the form of combat sports—“Everyone loves a fight," says Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) president Dana White, "it's in our DNA.”—or two technology camps vying to become an industry (or de facto) standard. A good example of the latter is the ongoing tiff between Wi-Fi-based 802.11p and cellular’s C-V2X technology, as they vie to represent vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communications on a global basis

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