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A Traveler Information Service Structure in Hybrid T-DMB and Cellular Communication Network

Broadcasting Syst. Res. Group, ETRI, Daejeon
DOI: 10.1109/VETECS.2006.1682924 Conference: Vehicular Technology Conference, 2006. VTC 2006-Spring. IEEE 63rd, Volume: 2
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ABSTRACT This paper introduces a structure of delivering traveler information service including point of interest information through the terrestrial multimedia broadcasting system, in which, the receiver is connected with cellular communication terminal to enable the interactivity of the service. By combining real time traffic information and point of interest information, we could get an efficient traffic and traveler information service system that could be used for many location based applications

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