New measurement methods for the connected vehicle’s technological hub
With driving intelligence, connected cars are improving on-board user experience. The development of automotive connectivity towards new entertainment systems and driving experiences through Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) or Cellular-Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) channels, requires evaluating antenna performance to ensure ultra-safe and low-latency communications capacity for critical applications.
Measuring car connectivity is key to ensuring passenger safety. Addressing the complexity of measuring highly connected vehicles, MVG offers full-scale vehicle OTA measurement solutions for the complete verification of antenna coexistence and validation of their wireless performance.
Introducing SG 3000M – A Mobile System Made for Full-scale Vehicle OTA Testing and Antenna Measurement
Experimental Investigation of Different Floor Materials in Automotive Near Field Antenna Testing
Diagnostics on electrically large structures by a nested skeletonization scheme enhancement of the equivalent current technique
Virtual Drive Testing based on Automotive Antenna Measurements for Evaluation of Vehicle-to-X Communication Performances
Comparative Investigation of Spatial Filtering Techniques for Ground Plane Removal in PEC-Based Automotive Measurements
High Performance Dual Polarized Near-Field Probe at V-Band Provides Increased Performances for Millimeter Wave Spherical Near-Field Measurements
Application of the Translated-SWE Algorithm for the Characterization of Antennas Installed on Cars Using a Minimum Number of Samples
The Missing Link between Numerical Simulation and Antenna Measurements with Application to Flush Mounted Antennas