White Paper: Semiconductors & ICs
Balancing Power Supply Requirements in ADAS Applications
Thanks to advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), cars are becoming safer to drive. The cameras in these systems, in combination with sensors, sophisticated algorithms, and microprocessors, are alerting drivers to obstructions in the roadway, braking for them when necessary, pointing out blind spots, and more. To operate properly, ADAS applications require power supplies that meet certain voltage accuracy and load transient requirements. This paper examines the criteria needed to ensure that car battery voltages are properly regulated to sufficiently power ADAS cameras, sensors, and processors in the harsh operating environment of the vehicle.
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