Marvell continues to leverage its strength in wireless and Ethernet technology to develop new ways to enhance automotive safety features and improve functionality in today’s ‘data center on wheels.’ Our state-of-the-art electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) lab provides customers and partners with an in-house resource for performing a wide range of automotive emission, immunity, and electrostatic discharge (ESD) testing. As a result, Marvell automotive products can be designed into system solutions that meet demanding EMC challenges, shortening the time to market
Today’s automotive connectivity solutions for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Autonomous Driving must meet a higher EMC and ESD requirement. With a dedicated automotive EMC lab, accurate lab data collection and analysis and innovative system-level EMC simulation are possible helping our automotive customers overcome their toughest EMC challenges.
Marvell is already at the forefront of the connected car market with an established record of providing high-quality AEC-Q100 qualified automotive products and solutions that improve the safety and functionality. The Marvell EMC lab is a testament to our continued commitment to the development of secure and reliable automotive solutions.
While automotive silicon vendors have been driven to meet stringent EMC and ESD requirements outlined in the IEC/ISO and AEC-Q100 standards, EMC related requirements continue evolving because of new technologies. The Marvell EMC lab provides the testing capability needed to ensure products and solutions meet IEC CISPR 25, IEC 62132, IEC 61967, IEC 61000, ISO 11452, ISO 10605, ISO 7637 as well as other OEM specific EMC requirements.