FCC delays review of spectrum assigned to vehicle communication

The largely unused band of spectrum was reserved in 1999 for automakers to develop technology to allow vehicles to exchange data about their location, speed and direction to help avoid accidents. The FCC’s delay complies with a request from the Transportation Department, which has called the band essential for public safety.

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