Cohda Wireless ports C-V2X software to Snapdragon platform

Cohda Wireless ports C-V2X software to Snapdragon platform

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By Christoph Hammerschmidt

The porting of Cohda’s software to the Snapdragon Automotive 5G and 4G Platforms, in conjunction with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 2150 Platform, delivers automakers a more complete offering for C-V2X which is by design pre-integrated with the latest 5G and 4G telematics platforms, telematics SDK and Qualcomm Aerolink Communication Technology. This helps tier ones and carmakers to bring their solutions to market faster, explained Cohda Wireless chief engineer Fabien Cure.

The Snapdragon Automotive 5G and 4G Platforms feature integrated C-V2X direct communications, 5G and/or 4G cellular network connectivity, high-precision multi-frequency global navigation satellite system (HP-GNSS), RF Front-End (RFFE), telematics SDK and Aerolink security functionalities to support major operators across key spectrum bands globally. With these functionalities, the platforms have the capability to provide support for rich in-vehicle experiences, precise positioning for lane level navigation accuracy, multi-gigabit vehicle- to-network cloud connectivity as well as vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-roadside infrastructure (V2I) direct communication to enable a broad set of end-to-end applications.

Cohda’s V2X solutions supports the two radio communications technologies under consideration globally. The Australian firm is also entrenched in the C-V2X-exclusive China region and is a major stakeholder in the United States where C-V2X has recently been allocated use of the 5.9GHz ITS spectrum.

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