Connected, Autonomous, Shared, and Electrical (CASE) technology innovation is progressing rapidly. In today's data-driven society, vehicles use various wireless devices, such as cellular, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth, to connect to everything. Unstable communications in any area hinders safe and comfortable driving. After-market connectivity issues in new vehicles, such as automobiles and motorcycles, in various usage environments, can often cause customers to lose confidence, thus hurting the brand and sales volume. As a countermeasure, this case study introduces how to evaluate a product’s wireless communication quality in a near real-world environment.
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