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This reference design utilizes mmWave Radar and a full automotive power design to provide a sleek, simple solution to capture hand gestures and improve the experience of the driver. The evolution of the automobile has led to the desire for simpler and easier interaction with the ever increasing (...)
This reference design demonstrates the use of the AWR1642 single-chip mmWave sensor with integrated DSP as an obstacle-detection sensor for the car door and trunk, enabling applications like automatic car door openers and intelligent car doors that can accurately detect obstacles/objects in a (...)
The TIDEP-0092 reference design provides a foundation for short-range radar (SRR) applications using the AWR1642 evaluation module (EVM). This design allows the estimation and tracking of the position (in the azimuthal plane) and velocity of objects in its field of view up to 80 m, travelling (...)
This reference design demonstrates the use of the AWR1642 single-chip mmWave sensor with integrated DSP as a vehicle occupant detection sensor enabling the detection of occupants in a vehicle. This design provides a reference processing chain that runs on the C674x DSP, enabling generation of a (...)
This reference design showcases the TPS1HA08-Q1 device, which is used to control an automotive seat heater. The system consists of a main board and heating element, which represents the resistive heating component found in automotive seat heaters. This system demonstrates the ability to (...)
The demand to retain memory on the position of the seat, window, sliding door, mirror, lift-gate, and others driven by that motor has increased as small motors within the modern automotive vehicle continue to evolve. Existing solutions utilize multiple magnetic sensors attached to the body of a (...)
The Real-time Digital LED Control reference design demonstrates the control of three boost converters to drive three LEDs (red, blue, and green) strings. This design allows development with real-time digital control of the various LEDs which makes it perfect for any industrial or automotive (...)
This reference design is analog solution for automotive front lamp with sequential turn animation with the SEPIC topology, and this design also realizes full automotive diagnostic with low quiescent current during fault mode.
This design describes how to drive an automotive trunk lift or rear gate lift.In this design, a brushed BD lift motor and electromagnetic clutch drive mechanisms for a typical gear driven lift. This design includes a warning beeper, LED indicator, and directional control that uses an automotive (...)
This reference design is a sensorless BLDC motor sinusoidal drive using the DRV10983-Q1 motor driver and MSP430G2553 microcontroller (MCU). The MCU is only used for speed control while the DRV device is the main motor driver with integrated FETS which drives the motor. This design specifically (...)
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