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Vehicle detection, Phase I, SPVD development

Author: D O Wick; Roger A Lubke; Honeywell Inc.; United States. Federal Highway Administration.
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Federal Highway Administration, Office of Research and Development ; Springfield, Va. : Available through the National Technical Information Service, 1975.
Series: United States.; Federal Highway Administration.; Report
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An advanced vehicle detector concept called the Self-Powered Vehicle Detector (SPVD) was examined by this project. The SPVD is a new traffic detector consisting of a magnetometer sensor, RF communication link, and self-contained battery source. It is packaged into a small cylinder designed to be placed in roadway bore holes, completely under the roadway surface. Vehicles are detected and this information is  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: D O Wick; Roger A Lubke; Honeywell Inc.; United States. Federal Highway Administration.
OCLC Number: 1673761
Notes: PB 244 134/AS.
United States Federal Highway Administration R & D report no. T 0115.
Contract no. DOT-FH-11-8149.
Report date January 1975.
Description: 98 p. : ill. (some folded)
Series Title: United States.; Federal Highway Administration.; Report
Responsibility: D.O. Wick and R.A. Lubke.

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An advanced vehicle detector concept called the Self-Powered Vehicle Detector (SPVD) was examined by this project. The SPVD is a new traffic detector consisting of a magnetometer sensor, RF communication link, and self-contained battery source. It is packaged into a small cylinder designed to be placed in roadway bore holes, completely under the roadway surface. Vehicles are detected and this information is transmitted by RF communication to a receiver in a traffic control enclosure up to 500 feet distant. SPVD operational life-time is at least one year. The SPVD is an advanced new approach to reducing installation cost. Its feasibility was proven using three SPVD Engineering models in this project.

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