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There are already vehicles with more lines of code than some airplanes. As autonomous capabilities become more sophisticated in cars, their electronic components will continue to play critical roles in enabling these functions and making the vehicles safer to drive. Collision avoidance, driver fatigue detection, and pedestrian detection all rely on sophisticated sensors. Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), infotainment, and vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications require high-speed serial links to carry the data streams for video, audio, and communications. Automotive-grade power management, battery management, and voltage regulation circuits are essential for automotive power supplies and lighting applications.

 

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Part number Description Key Features Details
MAX16956 The MAX16956 is a small, synchronous buck converter with integrated high-side and low-side switches
  • Integration and High-Switching Frequency Saves Space
  • Spread-Spectrum Frequency Modulation Reduces EMI Emissions
  • Low IQ Enables Designers to Meet Stringent OEM Module Power-Consumption Requirements
  • Wide Input Voltage Range Supports Automotive Applications
  • Robust Performance Supports Wide Range of Automotive Applications
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MAX20038 The MAX20037/MAX20038 ICs combine a 3.5A automotive-grade step-down converter, USB host charger adapter emulator, and USB protection switches
  • ​3.5A Synchronous buck converter
  • 2.2MHz switching frequency
  • I2C for cable compensation and diagnostics
  • Spread spectrum
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