Our integrated circuits and reference designs for phone-as-a-key (PaaK) systems help you develop accurate localization techniques using Bluetooth® Low Energy to enable digital key capabilities on a smart phone for passive entry and passive start functionality.
PaaK designs require:
- Optimized power and range.
- Secure relay attack prevention using Bluetooth Low Energy.
- Achievement of accurate localization using Bluetooth Low Energy while minimizing number of nodes.
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