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We're about to kick off the development of a v2x device that must support DSRC and I saw today that there is a new raspberry pi b3+ with a 5G CYW43455 chip. Is it possible to alter the CYW43455 drivers to use 10 MHz bandwidth channels in the 5.9 GHz band?

Thanks in advance!

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Zhengbao_Zhang
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Hi Roland:

     43455 is a chip which is used on a mobile or handheld wireless system.   For V2X I think you need have a focus on our Auto chip like 89359, 89335 ,  you can search out the spec from www.cypress.com .   from what i know now we still have no confirmed answer for V2X and 802.11p support.

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Zhengbao_Zhang
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Hi Roland:

     43455 is a chip which is used on a mobile or handheld wireless system.   For V2X I think you need have a focus on our Auto chip like 89359, 89335 ,  you can search out the spec from www.cypress.com .   from what i know now we still have no confirmed answer for V2X and 802.11p support.

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