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Advanced Automotive Radar Helps Car Makers Increase Driver Safety Through Intelligent Vehicle Design

Advanced Automotive Radar Helps Car Makers Increase Driver Safety Through Intelligent Vehicle Design
Automotive safety is evolving from passive systems such as seat belts, airbags and crash detection to active sensing networks capable of collision avoidance and accident prevention. Radar is an especially promising active safety improvement and has the potential to significantly reduce the number and severity of distracted driving accidents. Analog Devices, Inc whose integrated inertial sensing iMEMS® technology helped make airbags a standard automotive safety feature over 15 years ago, is introducing an affordable, high-performance, radar AFE (analog front-end) IC today
3rd August 2011

Data and Power Isolation Circuits Receive Automotive Qualification For Hybrid-Electric Vehicle Battery Management

Data and Power Isolation Circuits Receive Automotive Qualification For Hybrid-Electric Vehicle Battery Management
The growing popularity of electric and hybrid-electric vehicles (HEVs) is placing new emphasis on the need for battery management to monitor voltage levels and provide car makers with the means to reduce battery weight, size and cost. Because HEV batteries operate at high voltages of up to 600 V, isolation is required for safe and reliable operation. Analog Devices is addressing these needs by expanding its portfolio of AEC-Q100 products with the introduction today of quad-channel digital isolators with integrated, isolated power.
24th January 2011

Mitsubishi Motors Adopts Analog Devices’ Low-Power Isolation Technology For Next-Generation Electric Vehicle

Analog Devices announced today that Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (Mitsubishi Motors) has adopted ADI’s iCoupler digital isolators to develop a safe, reliable and efficient Li-ion battery power system for the next-generation EV, the “i-MiEV” all-electric vehicle. Mitsubishi Motors describes the vehicle as the ultimate eco-car that produces no CO2 emissions. Powered by 100 percent electrical power, the i-MiEV has a single-charge range of 160 kilometers1 and features a three-way charging system that allows a driver to charge the battery at home at 100 Volt or 200 Volt or at a remote quick-charge station. The i-MiEV has won several awards, including the “Most Advanced Technology” award as selected by the Japan 2009-2010 Car of the Year2 supervisory board and the “2009 Car Technology of the Year” award as selected by the Japan Automotive Hall of Fame, a non-profit trade organisation. The i-MiEV will be introduced in Japan during calendar year 2010.
24th January 2011


Analog Devices’ Automotive Grade I2C Isolators Simplify Hybrid-Electric Automotive Designs

Analog Devices is introducing the industry’s first automotive grade products to provide true bidirectional isolation for the lower cost I2C serial bus. Based on ADI’s proprietary iCoupler® digital isolation technology, the ADuM1250W hot swappable, dual I2C digital isolator reduces board space by as much as 80 percent and greatly reduces the system cost associated with isolating I2C buses. This is accomplished by eliminating optocouplers and support circuitry previously required in isolated I2C interfaces.
24th January 2011


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