Ripple reduction techniques for sensitive and dynamic rails in automotive camera modules

When you test the video feed from your newly designed camera module, have you ever noticed slow-moving bars, discoloration or flickering in your video, or no video at all?

The multi-switch detection interface: integrated features for smaller, more efficient designs

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Understanding current sensing in HEV/EV batteries

When I was six years old, I got a remote-control car as a present from my dad. With just a click of a button, I was able to control the car and it was running all around my home.

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Bluetooth® low energy and the automotive transformation

Enabling remote car access and sharing, piloted/remote parking, and driver assistance and personalization, the car of the future is here. Discover automotive Bluetooth 5.

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Ultrasonic sensors can be used in more places than you might think! Explore existing and emerging applications for ultrasonic sensors in your automotive designs.

Fundamentals of designing with LDOs in automotive battery direct connect applications

In the automotive world, a low-dropout linear regulator (LDO) offers good voltage ripple suppression and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) performance, especially when compared to DC/DC converters.