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eGan FET wins AEC Q101 qualification

eGan FET wins AEC Q101 qualification
EPC has been achieved successful AEC Q101 qualification of its 15V EPC2216 eGaN FET. It is designed for lidar applications where increased accuracy is vital such as in self-driving cars and other time-of-flight (TOF) applications including facial recognition, warehouse automation, drones and mapping.
16th October 2019

Embedded analytics to boost design of future autonomous vehicles

Embedded analytics to boost design of future autonomous vehicles
UltraSoC has announced that its embedded analytics technologies have been selected by NSITEXE to monitor performance and improve quality and reliability, particularly in future autonomous vehicle designs. NSITEXE is a wholly-owned subsidiary of DENSO with significant development in four key areas of advanced automotive technologies: connected cars; automated drive; shared mobility; and electrification.
14th October 2019

Transform your automotive thinking with Farnell and ON Semiconductor

Transform your automotive thinking with Farnell and ON Semiconductor
For the modern designer, there’s no time to waste when it comes to delivering innovation in a variety of growth verticals quickly. However, it's also no small feat to launch new products when the fast-moving automotive, IoT and industrial markets are more competitive than ever.
10th October 2019


3D printing cuts design to manufacture time to hours

3D printing cuts design to manufacture time to hours
Briggs Automotive Company (BAC), the British manufacturer of the recently launched Mono R, Stratasys, has revealed the impact additive manufacturing is having on the design and production of the latest edition to the BAC elite supercar offering. When faced with detrimental delays to the design process of an essential airbox, the team turned to Stratasys FDM additive manufacturing to produce fully functional prototypes in record time and improve final, on-road performance.
9th October 2019

Precision monitor with integrated hardware protector

Precision monitor with integrated hardware protector
The BQ79606A-Q1 device from Texas Instruments provides simultaneous, high accuracy, channel measurements for three to six battery cells. With the inclusion of a daisy chain communication port, the BQ79606A-Q1 device is stackable (up to 64 devices) to support the large stack configurations found in battery packs for electrified automotive drive trains. 
2nd October 2019

Broad portfolio of automotive grade timing solutions released

Broad portfolio of automotive grade timing solutions released
Silicon Labs has launched a broad portfolio of automotive grade timing solutions designed to meet the demanding clocking needs of in-vehicle systems. The new AEC-Q100-qualified timing devices include Si5332 any-frequency programmable clock generators, Si5225x PCIe Gen1/2/3/4/5 clocks, Si5325x PCIe buffers and Si5335x fanout clock buffers.
2nd October 2019

Digital input Class-D audio amplifier diagnostics evaluation module

Digital input Class-D audio amplifier diagnostics evaluation module
The TAS6421-Q1 evaluation module from Texas Instruments showcases the industry's first 2.1MHz 1-Ch Digital Input Class-D Audio solution for Automotive Infotainment applications. TAS6421-Q1’s 2.1MHz switching frequency allows customers to significantly reduce inductor size and cost and optimise total system cost. 
30th September 2019

How does overcurrent protection enable longer lifecycles?

How does overcurrent protection enable longer lifecycles?
One key to preventing damage in modern electronic systems is the ability to rapidly detect and react to potentially damaging conditions. Accurate and precise overcurrent detection is one method for successful damage prevention. Thermal management in modern electronics, whether the newest smart phone or the largest industrial machine, has become vitally important as two industry trends take hold.
27th September 2019

Ethernet switch software achieves ASPICE Level 2 Certification

Ethernet switch software achieves ASPICE Level 2 Certification
Marvell has announced that its automotive Ethernet switch software has achieved Automotive SPICE Level 2 certification. Specifically, ASPICE Level 2 provides car manufacturers the confidence to employ Marvell’s software in crucial applications spanning, Advance Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), L3/L4 Autonomous Drive (AD) as well as secure central gateways.
25th September 2019

CAN & LIN: take a look inside

CAN & LIN: take a look inside
Did you know that drivers, passengers and even cargo can often benefit from up to 80 separate Controller Area Network (CAN) and Local Interconnect Network (LIN) modules placed throughout vehicles? These modules help implement a wide range of features that many of us use multiple times daily, without truly understanding what’s behind the button. 
20th September 2019


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