German consortium runs LTE V2X trials on A9 Autobahn Test Bed

 

This means that end-to-end latency can be cut dramatically, to 20 milliseconds and below. Without the new technology, transmission of signals between two vehicles via LTE networks and the central cloud can take a hundred milliseconds in the best-case scenario

Source: safecarnews.com

Ok, yet another solution to a V2X problem documented 15 years ago, LTE can compete with DSRC? If US goes 802.11p and other GEOs go their own way, we’ll enjoy the same complexities of mobile phone homologation. No thanks.

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