Short-range wireless technologies, particularly Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (wireless LAN) are widely used in automotive applications to connect sensors ranging from tire pressure to cameras for electronic mirrors, as well as providing a way for drivers and passengers to connect their own devices such as phones, tablets and laptops. Ensuring reliable, robust operation of these wireless technologies is essential for modern automotive systems.
Download the Automotive Short-Range Wireless eBook to learn more about:
- The use of short-range wireless technologies in automotive applications
- The Bluetooth and wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) standards
- The protocol stacks for short-range wireless technologies
- Optimal testing strategies for Bluetooth and wireless LAN in automotive environments