In this whitepaper from Infineon Technologies, learn about the system architecture and possible topologies for on-board charging, as well as the recommendations for the right choice of power semiconductors for OBCs. This whitepaper will take a more in-depth look into onboard charging, discuss the system architecture, and elaborate on the possible topologies for the PFC and the DC-DC stages.
July 08, 2021 by Infineon Technologies
This application note explains the effect of cosmic radiation on HV power semiconductors, describes the influencing factors of the application on the failure rate, and gives concrete results of robustness validation based on a generic mission profile for a bi-directional onboard-charger (OBC).
July 06, 2021 by Infineon Technologies
This white paper provides a breakdown of the wide range of features and regenerative electronic loads from EA Elektro-Automatik that help simplify the test procedure for users. This resource also explains the benefits of a built-in waveform generator, true autoranging, efficient mains feedback and the EA Power Control software.
June 28, 2021 by EA Elektro-Automatik
This use case from TAIYO YUDEN examines the new communication technologies for today's "Computers on Wheels," the role of RF filtering in automotive TCUs, and the solutions TAIYO YUDEN offers for automotive communications.
June 18, 2021 by TAIYO YUDEN
This paper outlines the multi-dimensional nature of this complexity and the costs and opportunities it generates. It also demonstrates that the key to designers meeting this challenge is the ability to attain system-level visibility: both during the semiconductor development cycle, and subsequently after embedded systems are deployed in the field.
June 17, 2021 by Siemens Digital Industries Software
This white paper offers a closer look at the structure and the benefits of Trench Schottky rectifiers. This resource covers topics such as, why Trench rectifiers are typically the correct choice when a better trade-off between forwarding voltage drop and the leakage current is required, why they should also be selected in high power density applications where the ambient temperature is elevated, and what makes them ideal for applications with switching speeds above 100 kHz.
June 07, 2021 by Avnet
Since radars are critical to vehicles, manufacturers need to ensure that they do not malfunction or become non-responsive in critical situations. Stringent EMS testing in line with ISO11451-2 is carried out for vehicle level testing. However, one of the key challenges is replicating real life scenarios where the ADAS car radar functions are activated during EMS testing.
May 27, 2021 by Rohde & Schwarz
This guide covers why data acquisition is so important, how signal integrity and enhanced synchronization lead to higher quality data, and what kinds of equipment are best for improving data acquisition.
May 21, 2021 by AMETEK Programmable Power
This white paper takes a closer look at fast EV charging infrastructure, AC vs. DC charging, charging rates and times, standards and protocols for DC charging, combined charging systems, use cases and configurations, and much more.
May 20, 2021 by ON Semiconductor
Supercapacitors, also known ultracapacitors and electric double layer capacitors (EDLC), are capacitors with capacitance values greater than any other capacitor type available today. Supercapacitors are breakthrough energy storage and delivery devices that offer millions of times more capacitance than traditional capacitors.
May 11, 2021 by Illinois Capacitor
It’s no doubt that sustainability is at the forefront of many engineers’ minds as the latest vehicle innovations and technologies demand more eco-friendly designs. However, with this demand for sustainable manufacturing in electromobility comes significant challenges.
May 03, 2021 by EA Elektro-Automatik