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PCB application in automotive:
• Peripheral monitors: Newer car models are usually designed with a large number of safety systems to help drivers monitor blind spots judge distances more accurately. Many cars are now equipped with a full-perimeter surveillance system that uses radar cameras to measure distance alert the driver to objects at close range. These systems require high-quality PCBs to work properly.
Control systems: Automotive control systems, including engine management systems, fuel regulators power supplies, use electronics based on PCB-based monitoring management resources. Some control systems even drive the car for the driver in some cases. For example, some cars currently on the market provide automatic parallel parking.
• Navigation devices: Existing navigation devices are common in modern vehicles, using GPS computers to help drivers find paths in unfamiliar areas determine the fastest route to their destination.
Audio video equipment: Many cars on the market today have advanced dashboards that connect the vehicle to a radio passenger phone music device. In addition, many family vehicles use passenger movie screens to occupy passengers during long rides. All of these devices are controlled using PCB-based electronics.
In any of these automotive PCB applications, specific design issues must be considered. For example, a car's high-vibration environment can put a lot of strain on a standard rigid PCB. Therefore, many automotive electronics manufacturers do use rigid PCBs, but use flexible PCBs. In addition to being compact lightweight, they also have stronger vibration resistance. So the challenge is to make enough high frequency, flexible PCBs to meet the needs of the large automotive industry.