Head unit block diagram created for you

Find reference designs and complementary ICs broken down by subsystem chosen for aftermarket head units that enable you to integrate infotainment features into one robust system and ease installation.

Automotive Multi-Switch Detection Interface (MSDI) Reference Design

Download this reference design to see example implementations of how to handle a variety of high-voltage switch inputs using a multi-switch detection interface (MSDI) device.

Bidirectional DC-DC Converter Reference Design for 12-V/48-V Automotive Systems

This design is a four-phase, bidirectional DC-DC converter development platform for 12-V/48-V automotive systems.

Interactive Sensor Fusion Block Diagram

Combine data from camera, LIDAR and ultrasonic sensors with TI's extensive portfolio of sensor fusion devices.

Automotive Passive Media Hub Reference Design with Charging and Enhanced Data Path Performance

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

Get on the fast-track to automotive system innovation with Texas Instruments

It’s probable that in your lifetime, you will drive or ride in a self-driving car. This car will almost certainly be loaded with electronic conveniences and safety devices to make your trip [...]

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.

Get on the fast-track to automotive system innovation with Texas Instruments

Read this white paper to learn how TI is accelerating innovation in automotive system designs in ADAS, body electronics and lighting, HEV/EV and powertrain, and infotainment and cluster.

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