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“The Future of Key Fob Communication Technology”
Bluetooth Low Energy: The future for key fobs?
SBD analyses the latest wireless technologies to emerge from the consumer electronics industry, where Bluetooth Low Energy seems the leading contender for replacing traditional key fob frequencies in the future.
This report covers a range of the latest wireless technologies from the consumer electronics industry, including NFC and Bluetooth, to determine whether any of them could replace existing key fob technologies in the future.
Dedicated wireless technologies were designed for the first Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) systems before other wireless technology gained significant adoption within the Consumer Electronics (CE) industry. Many wireless technologies have been developed since then and this report analyses which of them could either directly replace the traditional RKE frequencies, support new key fob designs, or meet other design requirements in the car in the future.
- Understand the latest wireless technologies
- Create a strategy for future key fob design
- Build knowledge of likely attack methods
- Identify automotive market influences
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
3. Report Considerations
4. Detailed Security Considerations
5. SBD Conclusions
6. Traditional RKE Frequencies
9. Bluetooth Low Energy
11. Wi-Fi Direct
List of Figures
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