Engineering is making the car of the future possible by enabling electric vehicles, self-driving, telematics, cellular V2X, ADAS, DSRC, and more via innovations in power, embedded design, communications, and other technology areas.
For many years, laptop batteries drove the standard in cell size, the 18650. Now, electric vehicles, e-bikes and power tools are driving cylindrical Li-ion designs, resulting in new opportunities and challenges.
Automobiles are becoming more sophisticated and automotive engineers face increased complexity and testing demands. Anritsu breaks down the challenges and provides an approach to testing and production that provides efficiency and scalability.
Does the future of LTE lie in unlicensed spectrum and can it co-exist with current users and technologies such as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi? Explore the drivers behind LTE Unlicensed as well as the mechanisms for and challenges to coexistence.