DETROIT – Despite years of researching dedicated short-range communications (DSRC) radio, Honda isn’t wedded to it as a form of V2X (vehicle-to-everything) communication. Some automakers, Audi and Ford included, have made plans to use 5G LTE wireless technology to enable their vehicles to talk to other connected vehicles as well as connected infrastructure. “We believe in the most mature technology for automotive safety…old or new, whichever one is proven to handle ...

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