Emergency call (eCall)

Emergency call (eCall) integrated circuits and reference designs


Emergency call (eCall) systems allow passengers to alert emergency services of a crash through a manual trigger or automatic crash instantiation. They are becoming more and more common for automotive manufacturers to meet legislative measures and improve customer peace-of-mind. Our integrated circuits, reference designs and products enable you to design eCall systems that not only meet the basic legislative requirements but are cost effective, increasingly integrated and exceedingly reliable.

p>We provide innovative reference designs and complementary ICs for eCall systems that allow streamlining the design cycle and reducing time-to-market.

The benefits of eCall include:

  • Meeting regional legislative standards for systems to support emergency calling through a global system or mobile (GSM) module.
  • Backup batteries to provide flexible and reliable power upon disconnection from the main car battery.
  • Powerful audio solutions to support clear communication in the event of a crash.
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Application Notes (4)

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PDF 540 KB 10 Mar 2022
PDF 168 KB 15 Aug 2019
PDF 1.99 MB 24 Jan 2019
PDF 68 KB 23 Aug 2018

User Guides (1)

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pdf 960 KB 02 Feb 2015

Selection & solution guides

Selection Guides (1)

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PDF 268 KB 15 Apr 2021

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White Papers (1)

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PDF 687 KB 25 Mar 2019

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