The Transport Protocol Experts Group (TPEG) is a data protocol suite for traffic and travel related information. TPEG can be carried over different transmission media (bearers), such as digital broadcast or cellular networks (wireless Internet). TPEG applications include, among others, information on road conditions, weather, fuel prices, parking or delays of public transport
The TPEG visible on the screen indicates you are receiving traffic data via that method. This is only possible when you connect to live services via wifi in car.Interesting. thanks! I suppose this notification inducates use of the tracking points in the map?
The TPEG visible on the screen indicates you are receiving traffic data via that method. This is only possible when you connect to live services via wifi in car.
When you are not connected to wifi you won't be connected to live services (TPEG) and it will have TMC there instead.
When TMC is visible you are receiving data via Traffic Message Channel...
Basically those letters are telling you how you are receiving your traffic info.
I believe the TPEG indicator means that traffic info is received over DAB, and not over TomTom Live Services. These 2 channels apparently do not contradict but are complementary to eachother.
TTLS are received bij Wifi and need an internet connection. This explaines my TPEG indicator without wifi. So no free lunch, pity!
Works for me but whoever it was posted up that dodgy service manual a while ago seemed to need Foxit reader for it to work and that is what is currently my default pdf reader and it works in that so you may want to try that? Its quite an in-depth read - you may enjoy it.Dave Francis pdf is corrupted and cannot be opened. The other paper exactly underscores my presumptions.
In my view Hyundai could have done much better in explaining the capabilities of Ioniqs satnav. Thanks for this link Martin.
if far enough out and it is a long incident (e.g. road closed, major accidedent) then I find it worth going round, as soo as you get to the back of the queue I find it just as quick to sit in the traffic as everyone else tries to use the side roads and they take longer to clear when the incident is overSo when I encounter a traffic jam I lean back and relax. Alternatives only get worse.