Electronics in Vehicles (ELIV)
Helping you design a safer, smarter car of the future
Designing tomorrow’s vehicles calls for technology that keeps up with increasing demands for greater safety and connectivity. At Maxim, we’re developing automotive technologies to help you achieve those goals. Our high-performance, automotive-grade ICs meet the stringent quality and reliability standards that are essential for designing safer, smarter vehicles of the future. We offer solutions supporting an array of automotive applications, including infotainment, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), body electronics, power and lighting, and electric vehicle powertrain.
Meet us in Booth #54 at this year’s ELIV, where we’ll be showcasing:
- Next-generation gigabit multimedia serial link (GMSL) serializer and deserializer (SerDes) technology
- Remote tuner architecture
Electronics in Vehicles (ELIV)10/18/2017 - 10/19/2017
Booth #54, Bonn World Conference Center, Bonn, Germany
Next-Generation GMSL SerDes Technology
Our newest GMSL SerDes technology fully supports the high bandwidth, complex interconnect, and data integrity requirements for future automotive infotainment and ADAS applications. The technology paves the way for 4K video, sensor data, Gigabit Ethernet, and audio.
Learn more about GMSL and the applications it supports from our Gigabit Multimedia Serial Links (GMSL) for ADAS Design Guide.
Why Every Car Needs These High-Speed Serial Links
1:33 October 16, 2017
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Remote Tuner Architecture
With our remote tuner architecture, you gain a simplified head unit design with fewer cables along with better radio signal quality and reduced cost, weight, and power consumption. Tuners are placed near the antennas, and received signals are serialized and sent to the head unit over a single coax cable. The same cable provides I2C communication and power.
Learn more by reading the Design Solution, "Remote Tuner Architecture Reduces Wiring Weight and Cost While Improving Noise Immunity," or check out our Gigabit Multimedia Serial Link (GMSL) SerDes ICs.
Remote Tuner Technology for Automotive Radio
1:57 January 04, 2017
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