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FCC Opens Spectrum Above 95 GHz, Encourages Experimentation

On March 15, the FCC adopted rules to encourage research and development in the spectrum between 95 GHz and 3 THz, creating a new category of license called the Spectrum Horizons License. In addition to offering experimental licenses, the FCC designated 21.2 GHz of spectrum as unlicensed, from 116 to 123, 174.8 to 182, 185 to 190 and 244 to 246 GHz.


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Design Challenges of Public infrastructures for Automotive Wireless Charging

One regularly cited inhibitor to even faster adoption is the need for a public charging infrastructure that is universally available. The technical teams behind these infrastructures are working diligently to both increase the number of currently available plug-in stations as well as drive technological innovation and drive down costs to deliver wireless charging infrastructures available in both public and private spaces. This article examines several of the technical challenges that must be solved to bring this to fruition. First, let’s review the current state of WPT in general, and in automotive applications specifically.


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Mando Corp. Successfully Tests Level 4 Autonomous Driving

Mando, an affiliate of Halla Group specializing in car components, announced that it has successfully tested level 4 autonomous driving over 2.7 km at a speed of 40 km/hr on the public roads of Pangyo, South Korea — a route with many illegally parked vehicles and reflected sunlight from high-rise glass buildings.


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