Investigation Of The Safety Implications Of Wireless Communications In Vehicles

An investigation of the safety implications of wireless communications in vehicles

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AuthorAnonymous
BindingPaperback
Item DimensionsHeight: 1100; Length: 825; Width: 65
LabelUniversity of Michigan Library
LanguagesName: English; Type: Published
ManufacturerUniversity of Michigan Library
Number Of Pages288
Package DimensionsHeight: 65; Length: 1100; Weight: 178; Width: 825
Product GroupBook
Product Type NameABIS_BOOK
Publication Date1997-01-01
PublisherUniversity of Michigan Library
StudioUniversity of Michigan Library
TitleAn investigation of the safety implications of wireless communications in vehicles

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