NORWOOD, Mass. — (BUSINESS WIRE) — January 19, 2016 — Analog Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADI) announced today that the Ford Motor Company has selected the Automotive Audio Bus™ (A2B) as its primary infotainment network technology with in-vehicle deployments starting in 2016. ADI’s A2B technology is capable of distributing audio and control data together with clock and power over a single, unshielded twisted-pair wire, enabling advanced, feature-rich infotainment systems while reducing system costs in wiring-intensive automotive applications.
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- Learn more about A2B technology and products at http:// www.analog.com/A2B
Ford will use the AD2410 transceiver, the first product in the A2B portfolio, in four vehicle platforms moving to production in 2016. The A2B series also includes the AD2401 and AD2402 transceivers that have been specifically tuned for microphone connectivity, making them particularly well suited for applications such as active noise cancellation, hands-free, and in-car communications.
“We’re extremely pleased that Ford has selected the A2B technology for its infotainment systems,” said Vlad Bulavsky, general manager, Automotive Cabin Electronics Business, Analog Devices. “As an early adopter of the A2B technology, Ford has been a great partner and instrumental in refining the feature set of future A2B devices.”
A2B devices meet all relevant automotive ESD, EMI, and EMC requirements, are fully AEC-Q100 qualified, and operate over the extended automotive temperature range (-40C to +105C).
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