Rolling Wireless to use Autotalks 5G V2X chips

Rolling Wireless to use Autotalks 5G V2X chips

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By Nick Flaherty

Rolling Wireless in Luxembourg is the first to use the Secton3 and Tekton3 V2X chips for modules for vehicles and e-bikes.

The Rolling Wireless RX135x is the first 5G V2X module based on the Autotalks Secton3 for customer programmes with Start of Production (SOP) in 2026.

Rolling Wireless is also actively developing a V2X module based on Autotalks’ next-generation Tekton3 chips for e-bike market needs in addition to the vehicle needs.

“We are thrilled to collaborate with Autotalks to bring the first complete 5G-V2X solution to market,” said Andreas Kohn, COO at Rolling Wireless. “Our combined strengths position us as the ideal partners for automotive, e-bike, and road infrastructure manufacturers seeking robust and future-proof V2X solutions.”

Yuval Lachman, Autotalks’ VP Business Development Europe and US, added, “Our joint efforts with Rolling Wireless help bring the next generation of V2X technology to the entire ecosystem. The RX135x module brilliantly demonstrates the capabilities of our SECTON3 chipset, and its availability represents a significant milestone on the path to safer and more efficient road transportation for everyone.”

The Secton3 and Tekton3 are the first to support all four V2X sidelink communication standards: LTE-V2X, IEEE 802.11p (DSRC), 5G-V2X, and 802.11bd. In addition to 5G-V2X operation, they enable the concurrent use of two radio technologies (such as DSRC + 5G-V2X). This allows the integration of 5G-V2X while preserving compatibility with legacy technologies in existing installed bases.

The Rolling Wireless RX135x is a dual-mode V2X module supporting both legacy (LTE-V2X/DSRC 802.11p) and next-generation technologies (NR-V2X/DSRC 802.11bd). It allows single-channel as well as concurrent dual-channel operation. The module can be connected either to a Rolling Wireless 5G Network Access Device (NAD), using the NAD’s application processor, or to any external host processor to run the V2X stack and applications.;



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