ELECTRIC DRIVETRAIN EVOLUTION - FROM PAST TO FUTURE
Published by Rohde & Schwarz Inc.
By 2035 most individual countries will ban the sales of new combustion engine vehicles, necessitating the development of electric vehicles from today's status to become affordable for the mass market with equivalent or superior performance to conventional vehicles. Developers must adopt new technologies such as fast-switching, wide-bandgap semiconductors, higher battery voltages and wireless connectivety to further improve the efficency and range of electric vehicles but also overcome new design and test challanges such as increased electromagnetic emissions.
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Automotive, Power, Electromechanical, Relays, Batteries, Automotive lighting, Body and chassis electronics, Audio and infotainment, HMI, Connected Car (V2X) technologies, ADAS and autonomous driving, Automotive sensors, Connectors, Cables and assemblies, Actuators, Piezo-electric devices, Power semiconductors, Power supplies and converters/inverters, LDOs, Power modules, Switched-mode converters, Magnetics and wound components, Distributed power, Digital/software-defined power, Motor control, Energy harvesting, Protection Devices, cooling, Surface Mount Technology