Penske fleet to use Sirius
Jan 1, 2005 12:00 PM, [Compiled by Gary Macklin • email@example.com]
Delphi Corp's Sirius satellite radios will begin to accompany drivers of Penske Truck Leasing's fleet on the road. Sirius satellite-equipped radios enable subscribers to listen to news, talk, weather, entertainment, and sports. Penske will outfit some of its Class 8 trucks with Delphi's satellite radio and antennas to receive Sirius reception through a deal with its distributor, PanaPacific.
Delphi manufactures receivers and antennas capable of receiving more than 100 channels of satellite-broadcast audio entertainment. The user accesses satellite radio using radio buttons that are simple to use like traditional AM/FM band radios. Radios supplied to Penske include ones with base CD or cassette with J1850 data bus. The alphanumeric or LCD (liquid crystal display) provides more information including channel, type of music, and song and artist name.
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