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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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W1908 Automotive Radar Library 
The W1908EP/ET SystemVue Automotive Radar Library provides dozens of highly-parameterized simulation models and reference designs for automotive radar scenario simulation.

Data Sheet 2017-07-10

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Automotive FMCW Radar System Design using 3D Framework for Scenario Modeling 
Automotive Radar Architects can take advantage of Keysight SystemVue’s 3D simulation framework, radar reference designs, and links to MATLAB and T&M equipment to model FMCW radar system scenarios.

Application Note 2017-03-28

Software plus signal generators and analyzers support IEEE 802.11p design and test 
Jungik Suh, marketing program manager, Automotive & Energy Solutions, Keysight Technologies, provides input on several Keysight solutions for the connected-car arena for Evaluation Engineering's October print special report on automotive test.

Article 2016-10-05