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Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) is a distance measurement methodology that uses pulsed laser light reflection to make three-dimensional images of a target. LiDAR is one of the key sensing technologies used for detecting objects and determining distances in autonomous driving systems.
Timing is one of the more critical aspects of any LiDAR system. Microchip’s lineup of high-precision MEMS oscillators gives designers the confidence to create systems that are highly reliable and stable in harsh automotive environments. Our Ethernet portfolio, consisting of PHYs and switches, offers the high-speed throughput needed to connect LiDAR sensors within an autonomous driving environment. And to round out the module design, Microchip offers components for power management, control, connectivity, diagnostics and monitoring to develop a complete system.
Microchip’s MEMS oscillators are designed to meet the stringent requirements of the harsh automotive environment. With quality and performance advantages over crystal oscillators such as DPPM levels that are ten times lower, shock tolerance 500 times higher, and vibration tolerance five times higher, these MEMS oscillators are an excellent choice for automotive applications. Our leading-edge MEMS technology, advanced packaging and innovative Phase-Locked Loop (PLL) design enables us to offer the most stable, reliable and robust oscillators in the industry.
- DSA1105 - Automotive low-jitter MEMS oscillator
- DSA1125 - Automotive low-Jitter MEMS oscillator
- DSA2311 - Automotive MEMS clock generator
Since delivering the very first AEC-Q100-qualified Ethernet devices to the market back in 2008, Microchip has led the way in providing automotive-grade Ethernet controllers, switches, bridges and transceiver PHYs. With Ethernet solutions that range from 10 Mbps to 1 Gbps, our portfolio enables many high-speed networking applications throughout the vehicle.
- KSZ9031 – Gigabit Ethernet transceiver with power saving features
- LAN88730 – 10/100 base-T/TX Ethernet transceiver for automotive applications
- KSZ8851 – 10/100 base-T/TX Ethernet controller with generic 8/16/32-bit or SPI interface
- KSZ8567 – 7-Port 10/100 AVB Ethernet switch
- KSZ8895 – 5-Port 10/100 Ethernet switch with fiber support
- LAN89730 – USB to 10/100 base-T/TX Ethernet bridge for automotive applications
- LAN7801 – Super Speed USB 3.1 Gen 1 to 10/100/1000 gigabit Ethernet bridge
Microchip’s portfolio of CAN transceivers includes CAN 2.0, CAN with Flexible Data-Rate (CAN-FD) and CAN Partial Networking (PN) transceivers, and support the newest CAN standards, ISO 11898 2/5/6, ISO 11898-2:2016 and SAE J2962-2. Features include various wake-up functionalities and exceptional EMC performance even without a common-mode choke. Microchip also offers the industry’s first AEC-Q100 Grade 0 (150°C) qualified CAN transceiver family.
- ATA6562 – High-speed CAN FD transceiver with standby- and silent mode and WUP
- MCP2561FD – High-speed CAN FD transceiver with standby mode and SPLIT pin
- ATA6570 – High-speed CAN FD transceiver with partial networking
Microchip is a leading supplier of high-quality, robust serial EEPROMs, supporting I2C, SPI, Microwire and UNI/O bus types. Our EEPROMs are triple-tested to ensure the highest quality and reliability and feature endurance levels exceeding one million cycles and over 200 years of data retention.
- AT25128B – 128 Kb SPI Serial EEPROM
- 24LC128 – 128 Kb I2C compatible 2-wire Serial EEPROM
- 93LC86C – 16 Kb microwire (3-wire) Serial EEPROM with hardware selectable word size
Microchip’s lineup of temperature sensors and switches comprise analog and digital outputs, giving you the flexibility you need for your design. Our automotive-grade temperature sensors are factory calibrated with up to +/-0.5°C accuracy over a temperature range of -40°C to 125°C. And with very small form factors, they provide an ideal solution for temperature sensing without consuming a significant amount of board space.
- MCP9700A – Low-power linear active thermistor ICs, analog output
- MCP9800 – 2-wire high-accuracy temperature sensor, digital output
- MCP9504 – Temperature switch with selectable hysteresis
Our basic power management solutions include several automotive grade linear and switched voltage regulators. Linear regulators feature low dropout voltages, ultra-low quiescent currents, wide input voltage ranges, load dump and reverse battery protection. Switching regulators support buck, boost, buck-boost and SEPIC designs from 100 mA to 12A output currents.
AN1120 - Ethernet Theory of Operation
AN1267 - eXtreme Low-Power (XLP) PIC Microcontrollers: An Introduction to Microchip's Low-Power Devices
AN1960 - Using the MCP16311/2 Synchronous Buck Converter Design Analyzer
AN2007 - Supporting 100BASE-FX Fiber Media for Microchip's Ethernet Controller, Switch and EtherCAT Controller
AN2054 - AN2054 - Gigabit Ethernet Guide
AN2102 - Designing Applications with MCP16331 High-Input Voltage Buck Converter
AN2157 - Transient Protection in Power Over Ethernet Applications
AN2340 - Immunity of MEMS Oscillators to Mechanical Stresses
AN2399 - MEMS Oscillators Offer Immunity to EMI
AN2477 - Microchip MEMS Oscillator and Clock Products for Automotive Applications
AN2577 - Getting Started with Gigabit Ethernet Switch Configuration Options
AN2661 - Getting Started with 3-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch Configuration Options
Micrel AN 27 - Troubleshooting Switching Power Supplies
|Automotive Networking Development Board|
|The Automotive Networking Development Board is a low-cost modular development system for Microchip’s 8-bit, 16-bit, and 32-bit microcontrollers targeting CAN and LIN network related applications. The board supports devices using the 100 pin Plug-In Module (PIM) connector, has four Mikrobus™ sockets for MikroElectronika Click™ add-on boards and includes a PICtail™ Plus edge connector for backwards compatibility to PICtail Plus boards used with the Explorer 16 Development board.|
|dsPIC33EV 5V CAN-LIN STARTER KIT|
|The dsPIC33EV 5V CAN-LIN starter Kit features the dsPIC33EV256GM106 Digital Signal Controller (DSC) for automotive and motor control applications. The Starter Kit contains serial data ports for CAN, LIN and SENT, a self-contained USB programming/debug interface, and an expansion footprint for flexibility in application hardware development. This board allows users to explore three popular automotive and industrial serial data formats (CAN, LIN and SENT).|
|MAQ5280YME Evaluation Board|
|The MAQ5280 eval board demonstrates the features of the MAQ5280, a high performance, linear regulator, offering a very low noise output with a very wide input voltage operating range, from 4.5V to 120V DC input voltage.|
|CryptoAutomotive™ IVN TA/BSD Development Platform|
|The CryptoAutomotive™ In-vehicle Network (IVN) Trust Anchor/Border Security Device (TA/BSD) development kit enables Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and Tier 1 customers to add comprehensive security to networked vehicle systems with minimal impact on current designs while providing the highest level of protection against threats. The only security-specific automotive tool in the industry, the CryptoAutomotive TA/BSD development kit together with a host MCU emulates a node in an automotive network and provides system designers with an intuitive starting point for implementing security.|
|TimeFlash 2 Field Programming Kit||The TimeFlash 2 programmer allows users to program Microchip’s field programmable oscillators to a custom frequency in second enabling fast prototyping and testing. This tool, now in its second generation, has the ability to measure frequency accuracy and power consumption of standard oscillators, regardless of vendor, making it a valuable lab tool for engineers. Microchip’s oscillators are available in industry standard packages that are drop-in replacements to standard crystal oscillators.|