Take a quick look on some of the common automotive technologies and their frequencies ranges.
Decades ago, automotive industry celebrated the first infotainment-in-the-car, the AM radio. Today, most new cars are equipped with telematics systems such as the navigation system and eCall, which enable two-way communication. Automotive industry continues to venture to newer era with the next ADAS (advance driver assistance system) and 5G automotive. As these new technologies involves communication, the dependency on more frequencies channels dramatically increases the complexity. The risk of interference or co-existence between the narrow bandwidths and triggering errors in automotive core or safety related functions increase too.
Let us take a quick look on some of the common automotive technologies and their frequencies ranges.
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