Huber Automotive is actively working on the standardization and EMC/RF/signal integrity safeguarding of future high-speed communication systems (up to 25 GHz) of control units in vehicles. Application examples include autonomous driving, high-resolution display connections, camera networking or sensor data processing.
In addition to participating in various committees such as CiA and Open Alliance, we work with the new technologies and secure them for our project partners with a focus on EMC/RF/signal integrity. This also includes the development and construction of test control devices, topology, … and, for example, the measurement in our own EMC chamber.
CAN in Automation
CAN in Automation (CiA) is the international user and manufacturer group for the CAN network (Controller Area Network), which is internationally standardized in the ISO 11898 series. The non-profit association was founded in 1992. The aim is to provide an unbiased platform for future developments of the CAN protocol and to promote the image of CAN technology.
The OPEN Alliance (One-Pair Ether-Net) Inc. is a non-profit, open industry alliance in which mainly the automotive industry and technology providers work together to promote the widespread acceptance of Ethernet-based networks as the standard for network applications in the automotive sector.
- Member and active participation in the standardization committees Open Alliance, CiA etc.
- Monitoring of activities in the IEEE 802.3 group (e.g. multigigabit Ethernet, power-over-coax)
- We are working on the following technologies: CAN, CAN FD, CAN XL, 100BASE-T1, 1000BASE-T1, automotive Multi-Gigabit Ethernet (2.5G, 5G, 10G) etc.
Huber Automotive also conducts EMC cause analyzes to provide you with the best possible support in the event of problems with your electronics. We support you with numerous methods and measurement options such as B-Circuit diagram and layout reviews, EMC measurements, measurement of electrical or magnetic near fields to quickly and effectively determine EMC interference sources and suggest possible solutions.