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The intelligent and connected car is no longer a futuristic concept, but an exciting reality. With increasing levels of electronics enabling sophisticated navigation, safety and infotainment features, the industry is witnessing one of the fastest convergence of automotive and energy technologies.

We see the parallel of Moore’s Law moving onboard the vehicle – only this time, besides transistors, we are talking 5G, 802.11ac WiFi, BroadR-Reach, MOST150, CAN, LIN, FlexRay and more. These technologies will drive innovations in vehicular safety and performance, with conscious efforts to economize energy usage and create a sustainable and environmentally friendly paradigm shift in powering automobiles.

From early R&D to manufacturing , our broad and powerful range of hardware and software, with dedicated people to help you succeed, will give you better automotive insights and help your innovations come to the market earlier.

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Electrochemistry 3-Electrode Measurement Workflows for Li-ion Cells and Sensors Using the B2900 SMU 
This application note shows the B2900A is well suited for electrochemical measurements with its capability to source and measure both voltage and current very accurately at 10 fA and 100 nV resolution.

Application Note 2017-02-08

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[Charging & discharging] The charging & discharging test solution for 48V mild hybrid systems 
This solution brief shares how you can simulate and measure the actual current conditions of various automotive operations like engine-start, battery cut-off, stepping off the accelerator and braking.

Brochure 2016-08-25

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Paving the Way for Research and Innovations - Brochure 
This is a selection guide for engineering researchers. It highlights the key research areas that Keysight is involved in, and solutions that can help to meet the research & development objectives.

Brochure 2014-08-02

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Increase Automotive ECU Test Throughput (AN 1505) 

Application Note 2004-10-22