It all depends on how they get to the backbone, but I doubt it. The more I think about it the more it seems it would have to be cell towers.[quote]
[quote]getting up to the satellite takes a strong transmitter and a good antenna aimed right
I agree - I mean how does Ford got this slick to work - still no mention other then a modem .
Then theres that mention of no subscription fee on the Fords system other then the user own piggy back subscription fee ? Humm -> does seem cell tower to tower as you drive Humm I would think that the car has enough power to supply a strong transmitter - just maybe the antenna "not being directional" would just send in a 360 degree range . Then again if you parked the car and turned off . What happens with that ?
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