Analog Devices

Infotainment: Right track

Start-stop application schematic operating at 2.1MHz

Bruce Haug, product marketing engineer for Analog Devices, explains how to power infotainment devices in automotive start-stop systems

Power Technologies: Balancing facts

High efficiency, bidirectional, multi-cell active balancer

Tony Armstrong, marketing director of power products at Analog Devices, and Sam Nork, director of the company’s Boston design centre, explain how to increase the run time in automotive battery stacks even as cells age

Vehicle Networks: Road noise

Example of an A2B in a car

Ken Waurin, strategic marketing manager at Analog Devices, shows how an innovative digital bus architecture reduces audio system costs

Power Technologies: Two directions

Bidirectional schematic 12V output from a 26 to 58V input delivering 30A of current

Dual 48 and 12V battery automotive systems require bi-directional DC-DC controllers for optimum performance, says Bruce Haug, senior product marketing engineer at Analog Devices

Analog Devices DSP creates engine sounds for electric vehicles

Analog Devices can create engine noise for electric vehicles

Analog Devices has introduced an embedded system for generating engine sound for electric and hybrid electric vehicles.

The ADSP-BF706 digital signal processor and electric vehicle warning sound system (EVWSS) firmware enables automobile manufacturers in North America and other regions to comply with future safety regulations mandating external engine sound for EVs and HEVs travelling at low speeds. 

Driver Assistance: Protecting adas

Schematic delivering 5V at 4A and 3.3V at 4A outputs, at 2MHz

Tony Armstrong from Analog Devices discusses why automotive adas need low EMI and EMC emission switching converters

Power Technologies: Emergency power

4.5V backup supply with a 4.22V PFI threshold

Tony Armstrong from Analog Devices looks at how to maintain power to emergency applications such as ecall

Vehicle Tracking: Anytime, anywhere, anyhow

Cold-crank ride-through circuit

Steve Knoth, senior product marketing engineer at Power by Linear Products, part of Analog Devices, discusses the power requirements for vehicle tracking systems


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