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Supporting the Introduction of the PoC Method for High-speed Automotive Networks Through Component Selection Efficiency

PoC, which can reduce the number of cables connecting to automotive cameras, requires a Bias-T circuit to separate the signals and power supply. Inductors for such circuits cannot simply be selected, but they can be easily selected by using Murata’s online tool (BIST). Therefore, we spoke with the managers who were involved in the development of BIST about the features and objectives in releasing the tool. This is an introduction to a technology article about Murata Manufacturing.

  • PoC
  • Bias-T
  • SimSurfing
  • Inductors
  • Chip ferrite bead
  • Mobility
  • Developer Interview

Murata's Vehicle-mounted Inductor Products for Supporting Advancements in Vehicle-mounted Networks Through Timely and Appropriate Product Development (Part 2 of 2)

In Part 2, we focus on two product categories among the vehicle-mounted inductor products developed and provided by Murata, and we asked engineers about the strengths of these products and the direction of future advancements.

  • PoC
  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters
  • Chip ferrite bead
  • Inductors
  • Automotive
  • Mobility
  • Developer Interview

Murata's vehicle-mounted inductors:Supporting advancements in vehicle-mounted networks with strategic product development(Part 1 of 2)

Technical developments in vehicle-mounted networks are proceeding at a dizzying pace, and these advancements have further accelerated now that the CASE era will soon be upon us. At Murata, we were among the first to develop products compliant with the latest vehicle-mounted network standards, and have established a product development and production system capable of supplying the required volume of electronic components with the needed characteristics at the time that they are needed.

  • PoC
  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters
  • Chip ferrite bead
  • Inductors
  • Automotive
  • Mobility
  • Developer Interview