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Vehicle communications before 1950

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The first vehicle radio receiver for commercial broadcast signals appeared in 1923. By 1930, there was a growing interest in two way communications to vehicles. Police agencies in particular needed a better way to communicate with their patrol cars. To serve the community of wireless practitioners, the Institute of Radio Engineers (IRE) was established in 1912 in New York. The IRE Professional Group on Vehicular Communications (PGVC) was formed in 1949, marking the birth of the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society. In the future, wireless mobile communications will move into the wireless Internet, driven by ubiquitous broadband connectivity, programmable low power digital electronics, and digitization of all content

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Vehicular Technology Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 1 )