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Apr 11, · Too many Mar 12, #1 The Lukas Viewer software is provided with your dashcam / blackbox free of charge and is designed to make viewing files easy as well as for changing camera settings ted Reading Time: 3 mins. About Us Located in California, Fine Dash Cam is proudly the First authorized Distributor of FineVu, Lukas & G-NET products in the USA. We offer the finest dash cam products at the most competitive pricing, while supporting our customers with the best. 2. Back up important data then format the SD card through Lukas viewer. (Those who use 64/GB memory cards, format through Lukas viewer or dash cam device) 3. Copy and paste unzipped all download files into the SD card. 4. Start a car engine. (To prevent power cut-off while updating) 5. Insert SD card.
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Bluetooth SIG plans to integrate Wi-Fi and NFC
As we announced at the end of November, the Bluetooth Development Group (Bluetooth SIG), which includes about 4,000 companies, has included an unification with ultra-wideband (UWB) technologies in its roadmap. However, Bluetooth SIG is ready to cooperate with supporters of other wireless technologies.
We are talking about interaction with technologies of wireless networks Wi-Fi and near-field communications (NFC, Near-Field Communications). Already, about 90% of laptops are sold either with preinstalled wireless modules or with the option to install them. There is also a strong interest in integrating both technologies into mobile phones, although Bluetooth is still preferred due to lower power consumption. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi share the same frequency range (2.4 GHz), so Bluetooth, for example, uses adaptive frequency hopping (AFH) technology to avoid overlapping signals. As a possible cooperation, it is proposed to develop access nodes (to the Internet or a local network) and media centers that support both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
If Wi-Fi provides communication for several tens of meters, Bluetooth for several meters, then near-field communication (NFC) works in an even smaller range – a few centimeters. NFC is used in smart cards (including transport cards) and information security devices, however, the Bluetooth SIG believes that the integration of NFC technology can provide secure connection and authentication of devices, thus raising the level of Bluetooth security.