JLR is building a special test center to reduce problems with gadgets


Cars are complicated objects these days, and as complexity increases, so does the risk of something going wrong.

But Jaguar Land Rover claims it’s found the answer to making sure gadgets don’t. It has set up an electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) laboratory in Gaydon.

It is said to help vehicles meet current and future connectivity legislation and quality standards
and electronics.

And the brand’s new Range Rover Sport is the first vehicle from the JLR stable to undergo a testing program at the in-house facility.

The laboratory can test whether electrical devices and systems function correctly under electromagnetic interference.

The focus is on the laboratory’s two anechoic chambers, which recreate the sound of the car at road speed, as well as the equipment for analyzing batteries and electric motors.

Everything has been designed to ensure that elements such as Bluetooth, GPS, Wi-Fi, 4G, 5G, adaptive cruise control and wireless charging work in difficult conditions. JLR is building a special test center to reduce problems with gadgets

Fry Electronics Team

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