More and more of today’s cars include infotainment systems that allow occupants to communicate with the outside world. Good reception in cars is ensured by an increasing number of transmit and receive antennas from a variety of radio systems located in close proximity to one another. However, mutual interference is an inherent risk with this type of “in-car coexistence” that must be prevented during development.
What You’ll Learn:
- Radio Systems in very tight spaces
- Digital dividend
- Uninterrupted detection of unwanted signals
- Receiver sensitivity assessments
- Future outlook