Published on 03/03/2022 17:08:07
From the first mass-market car radio, to the two-way Citizen Band (CB), and onward to satellite guided navigation, automotive connectivity has drastically changed our driving experience. The current radio frequency spectrum extension towards much higher frequency bands (SHF, EHF) holds the promise of even more new driving experiences, increased road safety and new mobility services such as MaaS.
These new frequency bands, used for sensors, vehicle-to-vehicle links, and cellular V2X communications are key to the improvement of automotive connectivity. With dozens of embedded antennas in vehicles, automotive engineers face many challenges in terms of antenna coexistence and performance for tomorrow's cars.
Explore the frequency bands of major radio technologies used in modern vehicles in this singleinfographic.