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Spearheading the autonomous driving revolution

Spearheading the autonomous driving revolution
At the recent electronica exhibition, Electronic Specifier Editor Joe Bush caught up with Chris Jacobs, Vice President, Autonomous Transportation & Safety at Analog Devices (ADI), to find out what technologies the company are focusing on in its drive towards the next level of autonomous driving.
6th December 2018

Automotive design steps up EMI standards

Automotive design steps up EMI standards
  Automotive and industrial design demands compact power supplies that meet low EMI standards, says Joey Yurgelon, Jesus Rosales, and Mark Marosek, Analog Devices
10th November 2018

Transceivers bring high-definition video via cable infrastructure

Transceivers bring high-definition video via cable infrastructure
A transceiver series that enables high-definition (HD) video over existing Unshielded Twisted Pair cables and unshielded connectors has been introduced by Analog Devices. This allows OEMs to upgrade easily from standard-definition cameras to HD cameras and provide the superior resolution and image quality required for today’s automotive camera applications. 
6th November 2018


Buck boost controller designed for battery systems in autonomous cars

Buck boost controller designed for battery systems in autonomous cars
Analog Devices has announced an 98% efficient bidirectional buck-boost switching regulator controller that operates between two batteries that have the same voltage, which are suitable for redundancy in self-driving cars. The LT8708/-1 operates from an input voltage that can be above, below or equal to the output voltage, making it well suited for two each 12, 24 or 48V batteries commonly found in electric and hybrid vehicles.
20th September 2018

Collaboration on biometric authentication technologies

Collaboration on biometric authentication technologies
  A collaboration to develop a complete biometric authentication solution for use in automotive vehicles has been announced between Analog Devices (ADI) and B-Secur. 
3rd August 2018

Collaboration on biometric authentication technologies

Collaboration on biometric authentication technologies
It has been announced that Analog Devices (ADI) is collaborating with B-Secur to develop a complete biometric authentication solution for automotive vehicles. The combination of ADI’s signal conditioning technology with B-Secur’s electrocardiogram (ECG) biometric algorithms software aims to enable automobiles to authenticate and identify drivers and passengers.
31st July 2018

Engine sound for electric and hybrid electric vehicles

Engine sound for electric and hybrid electric vehicles
It has been announced that Analog Devices (ADI) has introduced an embedded system for generating engine sound for electric (EV) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEV), with the ADSP-BF706 digital signal processor and Electric Vehicle Warning Sound System (EVWSS) firmware. 
20th July 2018

DC/DC controller operates in automotive start/stop systems

DC/DC controller operates in automotive start/stop systems
Analog Devices has announced the Power by Linear LTC7815, a high frequency (up to 2.25MHz) triple output (buck, buck, boost), synchronous DC/DC controller that maintains all output voltages in regulation during automotive cold crank conditions. A 12V automotive battery can droop to less than 4V during engine restart or cold crank, causing reset of infotainment systems and other electronics that operate from 5V and higher.
29th January 2018

Introducing Drive360 autonomous driving solutions

In this video, Chris Jacobs from Analog Devices discusses the company's Drive360 Autonomous Driving Solutions. Drive360 is a portfolio of products that enable autonomous driving solutions.
19th December 2017

Sensor collaboration improves ADAS applications

Sensor collaboration improves ADAS applications
To improve Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) applications and enable autonomous driving vehicles, Analog Devices and Renesas Electronics have announced they are collaborating on a system-level 77/79GHz RADAR sensor demonstrator. The new demonstrator combines two technologies that include the RH850/V1R-M microcontroller (MCU) from the Renesas autonomy platform and ADI’s Drive360 advanced 28nm CMOS RF-to-bits technology.
12th April 2017

CMOS RADAR technology platform aids autonomous driving

CMOS RADAR technology platform aids autonomous driving
Analog Devices announced the Drive360TM 28nm CMOS RADAR technology platform that builds on its established ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems), MEMS, and RADAR technology portfolio used throughout the automotive industry. Analog Devices is the first to offer automotive RADAR technology based on a 28nm CMOS process and the new Drive360 RADAR platform brings RF performance to advanced safety and autonomous driving applications.
21st February 2017

Enhanced A2B transceivers improve bus-bandwidth utilisation

Enhanced A2B transceivers improve bus-bandwidth utilisation
Three enhanced Automotive Audio Bus (A2B) transceivers have been announced by Analog Devices, which are useful for distributing audio and control data plus clock and power over a single, Unshielded Twisted-Pair (UTP) cable. The AD242x series of A2B transceivers offers a flexible slave-to-slave communication capability as well as support for reduced data-sampling rates.
24th January 2017

'Ahead of what's possible' launches at electronica

'Ahead of what's possible' launches at electronica
Back at electronica this year, in Munich, Germany, Analog Devices, (ADI), will exhibit a broad range of simplified solutions and innovative technologies across 6 application areas, and a total of 18 live demonstrations covering healthcare, instrumentation, process control, automotive, energy and Internet of Things.
5th October 2016

SHARC processors enable superior sound quality

SHARC processors enable superior sound quality
Expanding its growing series of single-chip multicore SHARC processors, Analog Devices has announced the ADSP-SC57x and ADSP-2157x processors. The devices advance the audio experience by enabling superior sound quality and more cost-effective and reliable audio systems. The platform meets automotive temperature ranges without the need for costly, bulky heat sinks or fans, which saves space in the end application.
16th June 2016

Smart monitoring system reduces parking frustration

Smart monitoring system reduces parking frustration
Analog Devices has collaborated with Cambridge Consultants on a cost-effective, smart monitoring system that helps ease parking frustrations for drivers. The innovative system saves drivers time and makes parking easier by monitoring space occupancy for on-street and indoor garage parking spaces without adding expensive infrastructure.
11th May 2016

Ford selects ADI audio bus for next-gen infotainment

Ford selects ADI audio bus for next-gen infotainment
The Ford Motor Company has selected Analog Devices’ Automotive Audio Bus (A2B) as its primary infotainment network technology with in-vehicle deployments starting in 2016. ADI’s A2B technology is capable of distributing audio and control data together with clock and power over a single, unshielded twisted-pair wire. This enables advanced, feature-rich infotainment systems while reducing system costs in wiring-intensive automotive applications.
20th January 2016

Digital bus architecture reduces audio system costs

Digital bus architecture reduces audio system costs
Car manufacturers strive to make future generations of vehicles safer, smarter and more fuel efficient than their predecessors. To accomplish this, electronics systems continue to increase in number and complexity as more ECUs (Electronic Control Units) are deployed in the vehicle – enabling features such as active noise cancellation, internet connectivity and in-car communications. By Ken Waurin, Segment Marketing Manager, Analog Devices
1st July 2015

Multicore SHARC processors deliver 24GFLOPS under 2W

Multicore SHARC processors deliver 24GFLOPS under 2W
  Delivering peak performance greater than 24GFLOPS using two enhanced SHARC+ cores and advanced DSP accelerators (FFT, FIR, IIR), Analog Devices has announced eight SHARC processors as part of a new, high-performance, power-efficient, real-time series.
16th June 2015

2.6GHz ADC is optimised for aerospace & defence

2.6GHz ADC is optimised for aerospace & defence
Analog Devices has introduced a 2.6GHz ADC, engineered to address the high-bandwidth and dynamic-range needs of aerospace and defence applications. The 12-bit AD9625BBP-2.6 is optimised to match the frequency planning and signal sensitivity requirements of advanced electronic surveillance and counter-measure applications, such as radar systems, secure communications networks and electronic signals monitoring.
22nd May 2015

Automotive audio bus enables transceiver to deliver 50Mb/s

Automotive audio bus enables transceiver to deliver 50Mb/s
Capable of distributing audio and control data together with clock and power over a single, unshielded twisted-pair wire, a digital audio bus technology has been introduced by Analog Devices. Providing improved vehicle fuel efficiency while delivering high-fidelity audio, the Automotive Audio Bus (A²B) reduces the weight of existing cable harnesses.
23rd October 2014


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