Newsletter | November 7, 2019

11.07.19 -- Spotlight On Automotive Systems | Week In 5G

 
From The Editor
The Week In 5G: 11/5/2019 — China Switches On World’s Largest 5G Network, U.S. Military Bases Roll Out 5G Test Initiatives
 
By Ed Biller

Plus, Huawei continues success in face of U.S. ban, Qualcomm Ventures launches a $200 million "5G Ecosystem Fund," and more, all in this edition of the Week in 5G!

Spotlight On Automotive Systems
Precision Solutions For Automotive Radar
Brochure | Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG

Rohde & Schwarz offers solutions for all radar development applications. Their capabilities include solutions for signal quality analysis, echo generation, radome measurement, interference generation, clock replacement, record and replay, EMC/EMI debugging validation, and certification.

Factors Affecting Temperature Rise In MLC Capacitors
Application Note | Knowles Precision Devices DLI

When selecting a capacitor to operate at high temperatures, it is useful to understand how its operating conditions can affect its working temperature. This application note explores the factors that affect the working temperature of an MLC capacitor.

Top Design Tips For The Automotive RF Front End
Application Note | Qorvo

With the astounding evolution of the automotive ecosystem, complicated computer systems are used to connect the vehicle and people to the outside world. This article examines the biggest challenges encountered when designing a connected vehicle and offers some solutions.

Paving The Way To Self-Driving Cars With Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
White Paper | Texas Instruments

Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) must be able to make cars safer, and their gradual introduction must also improve road safety. This white paper discusses the challenges in ADAS adoption and the importance of using the most advanced technologies for its future.

Resources
Expand Your Spectrum Monitoring Capability With Affordable Performance
Application Note | Signal Hound

This paper provides an overview of the most common spectrum monitoring applications, and a review of the key requirements used to determine which spectrum analyzer meets their objectives. 

Why Is EMC Simulation Taking Off?
Article | Altair Engineering Inc

This article discusses the importance of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) in a variety of industries. The challenge occurs when more and more electronic devices and circuits need to fit into smaller areas while still maintaining EMC.

Electromagnetic Compatibility In Connected And Electrified Vehicles
White Paper | By Jens Wülfing, TE Connectivity

This paper shows how TE Connectivity addresses EMC during component development using the example of an interconnection system for automotive Ethernet and focusing primarily on point-to-point connections for sensor data fusion and data transmission via the Ethernet network.

Sponsor
  Military Radar Summit
 

January 29 to 31, 2020 | Washington D.C.

IDGA’s 13th annual Military Radar Summit, will once again provide the essential platform to discuss the ongoing efforts to advance detection and survivability capabilities for radar technology in support of emerging U.S. national security priorities and battlefield overmatch. Join IDGA’s Military Radar Summit for the unique opportunity to collaborate and network with key leaders, solutions provides, and subject matter experts across the radar community.

Featured Multimedia
How The Connected Car Market Is Growing
 

What does it mean to have a connected car? Depending on who you are, it could mean connectivity to friends, family, or entertainment; safety and traffic control; or you could be focused on vehicle performance and onboard diagnostics. Steven Smith of Guerrilla RF discusses what the connected car means for the automotive semiconductor market.

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Webinar: EDA Software Bridging The Gap Between Mechanical And Electrical
 

In order to effectively overcome the challenges of PCB design performance, quality requirements, and manufacturing cost reduction, multidisciplinary engineering teams are turning to Altair PollEx. In this webinar, find out why PollEx is being used by electronic, electrical, and manufacturing engineers from leading organizations like Samsung, Intel, LG, and Sony.

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