Written by Lou Frenzel, Electronic Design Contributor
This new 25-page eBook, serves as an introduction to wireless communications technologies and is a primer for design engineers who will be involved with such automotive subsystems.
Electronic Design Contributor, Lou Frenzel has written a timely and thorough overview of wireless standards, wired subsystems, and topics ranging from V2X to ADAS and driverless cars.
- Introduction To Vehicle Electronics Communications Systems
- Wired In-Vehicle Networking
- Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
- Vehicle Radar
- Light Detecting and Ranging (LIDAR)
- Self-Driving Cars
Written for both the seasoned engineer and those new to the industry, this eBook is one you’ll want to keep handy in your archive.
About the Author:
Lou Frenzel writes articles and blogs on the wireless, communications and networking sectors for Electronic Design. Formerly, Lou was professor and department head at Austin Community College where he taught electronics for 5 years and occasionally teaches an Adjunct Professor. Lou has 25+ years’ experience in the electronics industry. He held VP positions at Heathkit and McGraw Hill. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Houston and a master’s degree from the University of Maryland. He is the author of 20 books on computer and electronics subjects.