EMC Technology Report: The effect of split-voltage 12V/48V in modern cars

Posted: 03/30/2015

In the first 100 years of automotive history the motor car required no electronics, but in the 1980s microprocessors made an appearance, primarily for engine management, and by the 1990s these were almost standard fitment in on-board diagnostics. Today, a typical vehicle has dozens of embedded processors managing everything from passenger

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Posted: 03/30/2015



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