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Automotive OTA specifications for collecting real-time data

Automotive OTA specifications for collecting real-time data
The release of Version 1.0 of the eSync Compliance Specifications, has been released by eSync Alliance. The specifications define compliance with the eSync platform, a bi-directional data pipeline for over-the-air (OTA) updates and diagnostics data in the automotive electronics space.
17th April 2019

LuxTurrim5G ecosystem expands with new connected zone bus stop

LuxTurrim5G ecosystem expands with new connected zone bus stop
Last year, Teleste built a smart and safe bus stop at the Nokia Campus in Espoo, Finland, as a part of the LuxTurrim5G ecosystem. The bus stop has been designed to improve safety and security for public places through Teleste’s Connected Zone concept that was launched in 2018. Now, after the successful pilot, two additional Connected Zone bus stops are applied to the ecosystem.
17th April 2019

Automotive antennas deliver global coverage

Automotive antennas deliver global coverage
Low-profile SMT automotive antennas from AVX/Ethertronics that provide RF performance and give global coverage are now available from TTI. The antennas support different worldwide frequency bands and ensure superior performance, yet occupy minimal PCB real estate.
8th April 2019


Oscilloscopes for debugging automotive Ethernet networks

Oscilloscopes for debugging automotive Ethernet networks
Developers of electronic control units (ECUs) with an automotive Ethernet interface must perform tests to ensure that their devices work properly. However, if problems occur during signal transmission, plain Ethernet protocol analysis is not adequate in most cases. The new trigger and decode bundle for oscilloscopes from Rohde & Schwarz provides a good workaround for this problem.
29th March 2019

Automotive-qualified linear LNA for SDARS

Automotive-qualified linear LNA for SDARS
Provider of high performance MMICs, Guerrilla RF, has introduced the GRF4002-W, a new addition to its list of AEC-Q100 automotive-qualified linear LNAs. This amplifier is targeted at high-volume LNA/driver applications, with compensators and second-stage satellite radio LNAs being prime examples.
25th February 2019

Collaboration to certify C-V2X technologies

Collaboration to certify C-V2X technologies
It has been announced that the Global Certification Forum (GCF) and 5G Automotive Association (5GAA) have agreed a collaborative framework under which they will combine their resources and expertise to accelerate the global introduction of Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) products.
25th February 2019

Collaboration to provide in-car data centre services

Collaboration to provide in-car data centre services
It has been announced that Toshiba Memory Europe and OSR Enterprises (OSR), creator of the EVOLVER automotive platform, will extend their collaboration on OSR’s in-car Datacenter to enhance live data management and logging in cars. The cooperation will combine technical know-how and hopes to create a ‘Datacenter on Wheels’ with high-density and low-power solid state drives.
25th February 2019

Collaboration for global V2X solution

Collaboration for global V2X solution
Licensor of signal processing platforms and artificial intelligence, CEVA, along with Autotalks, have announced that they have collaborated to add C-V2X Rel. 14/15 support to the CEVA-XC DSP based Autotalks chipset, a solution capable of supporting both DSRC and C-V2X direct communications. The solution was demonstrated at CES 2019 by HARMAN, Valeo and others.
19th February 2019

Partnership to deliver secure connected commercial vehicles

Partnership to deliver secure connected commercial vehicles
It has been announced by Lynx Software Technologies, that LynxSecure has been successfully ported to the Kontron EvoTRAC G103 In-Vehicle Rugged Cellular and WiFi Gateway, a rugged Intel Atom based computing platform delivering broad connectivity for commercial and specialist vehicles.
11th February 2019

Ultra-long-range versions for automotive applications

Ultra-long-range versions for automotive applications
Manufacturer of inductive components, PREMO, has announced the KGEA-AF-Series of long-range and ultra-long-range flexible antennas, providing up to five times more H-field than standard antennas up to 2.5 times the mid-range one. Most of the LF antennas in the market has a length 70 to 80mm for standard range, 150 to 170mm for mid-range, 250 to 350mm for long-range and 500 to 700mm for Ultra-Long-Range (Alma core).
14th January 2019


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