Frequently Asked Questions

The M.O.S.T. (Media Oriented Systems Transport) Standard is a data transmission standard for car control systems, developed by 16 major European car-makers in 2000. It specifies the use of plastic optical fiber as the data transmission medium.

The transfer speed of the car information using M.O.S.T. can reach up to 900 Mbit/s.

Using plastic optical fiber for data transmission in automobiles has several advantages, including saving automobile wiring space, keeping data away from electromagnetic interferences, and enabling high rates of data transmission.

The M.O.S.T. system can transmit audio, video, voice, and data signals.

The M.O.S.T. system can be used in various applications, including digital radio broadcasts, TV displays, interactive safety systems, GPS navigator systems, and multimedia entertainment systems.

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