Rail sensing & monitoring

Products and reference designs

Rail sensing & monitoring

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help sense and monitor the status of train systems to identify potential hazardous spots earlier on and respond to diverse situations with flexibility. The sensors can use wired or wireless interfaces to transmit data to the server.

Design requirements:

Modern rail sensing and monitoring systems often require:

  • Accurate and reliable sensors and analog front ends to monitor various conditions.
  • Fast and low-power local wireless signaling with Wi-Fi®, BLE and Sub-1GHz networks.
  • Ultra-low power and fast wake-up processing capability.
  • Low leakage and efficient power supply to enhance battery life.

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Technical articles How semiconductor technologies are changing automotive lighting roadmaps 24 Oct 2019
Application note Quick Reference Guide To TI Buck Switching DC/DC Application Notes (Rev. B) PDF | HTML 23 May 2022
White paper Building a gateway from the sensors to the cloud 12 Dec 2017
Technical articles Untangling electric vehicle chargers – Getting started 07 Jul 2015
Technical articles Don’t power your FPGA like this! 03 Nov 2016
Technical articles How smart amps are bringing high-fidelity audio into the smart home 03 May 2021

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