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2008-05-13
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One of the keys for reducing the number of processors and sensors in vehicles is to share information. That is going to require more bandwidth, opening the door for FlexRay.
2011-11-16
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The laptop world has nothing on the automotive industry when it comes to meeting rigorous battery specs.
2011-11-01
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Texas Instruments’ automotive-qualified 36-V, single-supply, low-noise operational amplifier (op amp) can function on supplies ranging from +2.7 to +36 V.
2012-05-09
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Texas Instruments' ADS1115-Q1 is the industry's most highly integrated automotive-qualified 16-bit delta-sigma analog-to-digital converter (ADC), claims the company.
2011-05-31
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Texas Instruments's battery management integrated circuit (IC) increases the life of rechargeable lithium-ion battery packs and maximizes available energy for hybrid and electric vehicles.
2009-01-11
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The microprocessors that help automakers add many new features and functions continue to evolve, following trends of industries that have less demanding environments. A growing number of automotive applications are adopting dual-core devices and floating-point processors, though cost justification remains a barrier for both technologies.
2016-02-16
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Engineers are considering a range of electrical power storage devices, including ultracapacitors and even the venerable lead-acid battery, to handle the demands of new vehicle stop-start systems.
2015-11-24
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Texas Instruments has introduced the first fully integrated LED matrix manager for adaptive automotive headlight systems, in a scalable solution that reduces board space by 73% and controls up to 96 high-brightness LEDs.
2016-03-30
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Smart phones are becoming an integral part of vehicle infotainment options, but this integration is putting a strain on the phone’s battery. Wireless charging is on the way, backed by new standards and charging technologies.
2016-07-01
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Texas Instruments’ 2.2-MHz, dual-channel synchronous buck converter offers a unique set of features designed to significantly reduce electromagnetic interference and high-frequency noise in high-voltage dc/dc step-down applications such as automotive infotainment and high-end cluster power-supply systems.
2016-07-17
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Texas Instruments unveiled a resolver sensor interface that saves space and provides accuracy that can smooth performance in stop-start, traction inverters and e-steering systems.
2014-12-09
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Texas Instruments extends its automotive system-on-chip range with the TDA3x processor family, which is designed to help car manufacturers develop sophisticated advanced driver assistance systems applications that meet or exceed NCAP requirements, reduce collisions on the road, and enable a more autonomous driving experience in entry- to mid-level automobiles.
2015-02-16
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C2000 Piccolo F2807x multipoint control units from Texas Instruments improve execution speeds of control tasks in hybrid-electric and electric vehicles.
2013-09-24
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Texas Instruments (TI) expands its automotive motor driver family, which is intended to help customers design automotive applications to meet the functional safety requirements of ISO 26262, with three new devices.
2013-09-24
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Body styling, color, and engine power may have to start sharing their role as key differentiators with yet another vehicle attribute—the human-machine interface (HMI). A growing number of companies are focusing on HMIs amidst predictions that more car buyers will make decisions based on these electronic controls.
2013-11-25
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Though the electronics industry changes quickly, it’s rare to see a new device category emerge. Texas Instruments said its inductance-to-digital converter combines the basic benefits of inductance sensing while adding conversion capabilities, which will help automakers trim costs and improve reliability.
2014-05-19
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Texas Instruments hopes to extend the role of Bluetooth with one of the first devices that uses Bluetooth Smart, a low-energy version of the standard that’s already a mainstay in connectivity and infotainment. Replacing cables with wireless links is part of a corporate strategy to continue an expansion that made TI the fastest growing automotive semiconductor supplier in 2013.
2014-07-08
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The focus on safety standards compliance highlights the industry’s effort to stress reliability at all levels of development.
2014-08-01
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Texas Instruments offers the automotive industry’s first two-channel switching LED driver for front lights and the only linear LED driver with single short LED detection for rear lights, according to the company.
2014-08-20
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Sensors have become central elements in powertrains as designers add functions from stop-start to double clutches. More stringent fuel efficiency and emissions requirements are driving many changes in sensor technologies as well as in cabling and standards.
2014-08-29
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Wires and cables help design teams add electronic features and functions, but networks and wiring harnesses add a fair amount of weight while their connections can be the cause of failures. That’s prompting developers to examine ways to reduce the size and weight of wires and cables.
2014-07-14
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Company engineers see their AR-HUD technology as the beginning of a new generation of more capable head-up display systems that will eventually help enable automated and autonomous vehicles.
2012-10-30
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The drive to provide more creature comforts and automate tasks is prompting an increase in the number of small motors that move seats, windows, mirrors, and perform other actions. That is prompting silicon makers to roll out a number of products that meet the power requirements of these motors.
2012-12-06
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The growing use of electronics is driving equipment makers to focus on improving safety and reliability.
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